A fly has become the most unlikely breakout star of the US vice-presidential debate after it sat itself upon US Vice President Mike Pence's head for a few minutes.
The debate which took place on Thursday afternoon (NZT) saw Mike Pence and Democratic vice-presidential candidate Kamala Harris go head to head, battling the two parties policies.
The fly landed on Pence's head and quickly stole everyone's attention.
As it happened Twitter was flooded with photos, videos, Tik Toks, and comments all in reference to the mysterious insect appearance.
The now-famous fly already has a number of Twitter accounts dedicated to it, most notably called @VPDebateFly, @FlyOnMikePence, and @Michealsfly.
The various Twitter accounts giving said fly some personality, flair, and making claims of what life is like upon Pence's head.
VPDebateFly gave insight into why he was there: "Just trying to add some buzz to this snooze fest."
@MichealsFly also encouraged people to wear a mask while other Twitter users suggested the fly needed to go into quarantine for COVID-19 after touching Pence.
It's unclear why the fly stuck around for so long, was it stuck? Was it just soaking up its 15 minutes of fame? At this point it's unknown.
The fly was in addition to a few awkward moments Pence had to endure during the debate.
Full coverage of the US vice-presidential debate can be found here.