An artist has sparked an uproar in Thailand after sharing her talent for topless painting on Thailand's Got Talent.
It all started innocently with the 23-year-old contestant painting a man on a canvas using a paintbrush, in front of the studio audience.
And then the shirt came off, followed quickly by the bra.
The artist splashed paint on her torso and proceeded to, er, pleasure the canvas with her woman-made paintbrushes, shocking the judges, hosts and audience.
The two male judges let her through to the next round, while the female judge gave a definite "no", and eventually walked off the set.
The Thai makers of the talent show were apprehended by the country's Culture Minister, Sukumol Kunplome, for showing nudity on television.
"There must be limits on artistic expression," the minister said. "The ministry will meet the organisers of Thailand's Got Talent to get an explanation."
Kunplome added that the "inappropriate" content should have been edited, as the show is not a live broadcast.
Public nudity is illegal in Thailand.