Last night saw Claire Byrne Live host the first televised debate ahead of this month's presidential election.
With Michael D Higgins and businessman Sean Gallagher declining to participate, the show was only left with four of the six candidates, Peter Casey, Liadh Ní Riada MEP, Senator Joan Freeman and Gavin Duffy.
The debate followed a similar path to the candidates RTÉ Radio One debate on Saturday and included a lot of talk about Michael D Higgins expenditure.
As Byrne was questioning Peter Casey on whether his status as a successful businessman gives him an unfair advantage over an ordinary citizen, “I’ve had enough!” could be heard from an audience member.
As Casey attempted to ignore the voice, they continued to shout over his response.
The show was then forced to switch to an unscheduled ad break.
The heckler, a woman who made an in-character pitch for an Áras nomination - as Bunty Twuntingdon McFluff - to Dublin City Council last month, quickly took to Twitter to say that she “could not take any more”.
Here’s what people had to say about the interruption.
Best part of the debate so far is the heckler who caused an ad break #cblive— Colette Keane (@colettekeane1) October 15, 2018
Most interesting part of that debate was when they cut to the ad break to turf out the heckler #CBLive #Aras18— Harry McKillen (@_hmck) October 15, 2018
A heckler during #cblive bout as interesting as this debate has been..— Oonagh Kerr (@Rrek_Oonagh) October 15, 2018
There’s a heckler in the crowd! The debate has officially turned into an episode of Fair City. #cblive #Aras18 https://t.co/7ALwUDY3ME— Dara de Brún (@DaraDeBrun) October 15, 2018
ah emergency commercial break! The heckler brought a glimmer of excitement! #cblive pic.twitter.com/4nqObmBngg— Yaketyyakyak (@Yaketyyakyak1) October 15, 2018
Heckler for president #cblive— Derek McMahon (@DerekMcMahon4) October 15, 2018
Definitely the most exciting part of the night so far. Let’s hear what the heckler has to say! #CBlive #Aras18— Cróna Esler (@CronaEsler) October 15, 2018