Egypt Air has run a fake interview with Drew Barrymore in their in-flight travel magazine, Horus - and it's completely bonkers.
The story on Barrymore completely savages her as a person, and includes slights on her past relationships and her baby weight.
Political analyst Adam Baron posted images of the article on social media, garnering a range of shocked responses.
Highlights from the 'interview' include the reporter Aida Tekla's diagnosis that Barrymore has daddy issues due to her parent's divorce, which is why her own relationships haven't worked out.
"It is known that Barrymore has had over 17 relationships, engagements and marriages; psychologists believe that her behaviour is only natural since she lacked the male role model in her life after her parents' divorce when she was only nine years old," it reads.
"Ever since that time, she has been subconsciously seeking attention and care from a male figure; but unfortunately things do not always go as planned, and she has not yet succeeded in any relationships for various reasons."
Tekla goes on to ask Barrymore about her parenting philosophy, to which she gives this totally normal response: "Despite their young ages that do not exceed 5 years, they know the name of the American President, the names of Presidents and Kings of some major countries and the names of several substantial figures in the political scene."
Ending on a high note, the reporter criticises Barrymore's weight, writing: "Your fans accused you of being overweight and neglecting your health."
Barrymore is yet to respond to the fake interview.