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This man's bulging trousers took over a serious BBC show about immigration

Oh. Ooh.

ON TUESDAY NIGHT, TV viewers across the UK sat down to watch Nick and Margaret: Too Many Immigrants?

It featured Nick Hewer and Margaret Mountford from The Apprentice, investigating the impact of immigration on UK society.

The show inspired heated debate on Twitter. But primarily, it inspired heated investigation of… this man’s incredibly tight trousers.

It did not go unnoticed.

There were immigration puns.

There were comparisons to Jon Hamm. It even spawned its own hashtag.

But overall, it was popular.

Some people even tuned in specially. (This was the second episode of two.)

#dickandmargaret.

via Buzzfeed

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