Ryan Reynolds is utterly horrified that a scene of him taking a p*ss made it on the final cut of new documentary Welcome to Wrexham.
Throughout the series we see the two Hollywood stars get to grips with the daily tasks of running a football club.
Despite the authentic nature of the series, Reynolds clearly didn't expect the sound of him having a wee to be picked up on the camera mic.
McElhenney shared the clip on social media, to which Reynolds was certainly not impressed.
"People are loving #WelcometoWrexham not just for its heart but for its @vancityreynolds peeing," McElhenney captioned the post.
The Free Man actor replied: "How did this end up in the f*cking show?!?"
McElhenney awkwardly responded: "More importantly why did we hear so much peeing but no hand washing?"
Commenting on the clip, one person said: "Loving this documentary.
"From the outside Ryan and Rob have been excellent. Towards the club, the fans.. anyone involved with that club."
Another added: "Loved watching #WelcometoWrexham great insight into the running of a football club plus @RMcElhenney & @VancityReynolds humour. Sure ya couldn't beat it with a stick!"
"Good steady stream from the chairman @VancityReynolds in the latest episode, even the privacy of the toilet isn't safe. Giving us the personal touch like we asked for," a third person thought.
Someone else said: "This is what dreams are made of. Imagine Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney in your house, I'd simply die. I'm not far from Wrexham, always welcome to pop in xo.
"This really was something unexpected. Watched the episode with my son today and we were…um…p*ssing ourselves."
For those unaware, the synopsis for the doc reads: "In 2020, Rob and Ryan teamed up to purchase the fifth tier Red Dragons in the hope of turning Wrexham AFC into an underdog story the whole world can root for, but the concern is that neither have any experience in football or working with each other. From Hollywood to Wales, from the pitch to the locker room, and the front office to the pub, the docuseries will track Rob and Ryan's crash course in football club ownership and the inextricably connected fates of a team and a town counting on two actors to bring some serious hope and change to a community that could use it."
Welcome to Wrexham is available to watch on Disney+ now.
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