‘The Apprentice’ Viewers Baffled As They Spot Mystery Man Lying On Boardroom Floor
*Spoilers for The Apprentice week seven ahead.*
The Apprentice viewers across the country settled in to watch the dramatic conclusion of last night's boardroom showdown on Wednesday, where Jamelin Artigas was given the chop.
But many BBC viewers were left more than a little distracted after spotting a random man lying face up on the floor by the door.
As Lord Alan Sugar told the contestants he needed a moment to consider his decision, and sent them off to the Bridge Cafe, the mystery man's head could be seen briefly in the corner of the shot.
Had Lord Sugar's cringeworthy jokes finally become too much to bare? Did one of the contestants just fancy a nap? Or was one of the crew just stopping for a yoga break?
Reacting on social media, naturally, fans had some questions.
"What the hell happened in the boardroom?! Is that guy ok? #TheApprentice," one person wrote on Twitter, taking a screenshot of the moment.
Fans of the show soon started speculating as to who it could be.
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"I reckon it's the camera man," said one, while another joined many in joking: "Just Ryan Mark being overly dramatic as usual!"
Responding to the speculation it was him, Ryan got in on the banter too, replying: "Happens after every Boardroom".
The editing blip came amid an action-packed week seven episode.
The group's task was to rebrand the country of Finland, creating an advertising campaign which was mean to encourage UK visitors in the summer months of the year.
The task involved creating a marketing campaign and an advertising campaign, as well as pitching their idea to the Head of Tourism for Finland.
But team Empower failed to impress with their LGBTQ+ targeted campaign, meaning sub-team leader Jemelin Artigas was officially sent packing for good.
The Apprentice continues on BBC One Wednesdays at 9pm.
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