EAGLE-EYED EastEnders viewers were quick to notice Louise Mitchell making a huge Snapchat blunder.
The teenager was not happy with her pal Shakil Kazeemi and took to the social media app to confront him.
Looking fed up, she ranted: “Shakil, I know why you weren’t wearing your bracelet this morning, alright.”
She then ordered him to: “Snap back!”
However, viewers were quick to notice that Louise made a glaring error.
Even though she wanted Shakil to Snapchat her back, it appeared that she wasn’t even using the app herself.
Instead Phil Mitchell’s daughter was on her iPhone’s recording a message on the phone’s camera.
But even that she didn’t appear to get right as it transpires that she didn’t even press record.
Unsurprisingly, EastEnders viewers were quick to take to Twitter to comment on her awkward Snapchat mistake.
“So Louise sent Shaki a Snapchat on her camera app without pressing record?,” inquired one viewer.
While another said: “How is Louise snap chatting through the camera app? #eastenders.”
A third said: “Catching up on Eastenders and I’m laughing because Louise is on her camera roll but just asked Shakil to snap her back #eastenders.”
A fourth wrote: “When Louise is “snapchatting” Shakil… She’s just on her camera video #fail #eastenders
With a fifth commented: “Why is Louise videoing herself instead of snapchatting? #snapchat #fail #eastenders.”
With another adding: “Omg Louise ‘snapchatting’ she’s clearly just on the camera and she didn’t even press record gas #Eastenders.”
This isn’t the only time the teenager’s scenes has left viewers cringing in recent months.
In September, Sonia Fowler’s daughter Bex Fowler was confiding in Louise about her boyfriend problems while sitting in the cafe.
She was explaining to her pal Shakil is weird with her in reality, and just seems to Snapchat her all the time.
Bex then added: “But he’s SO peng though.”
But EastEnders fans were absolutely cringing at the use of the word “peng”.
Threatening to switch off the BBC soap completely, one viewer tweeted: “‘Snapchat’ and ‘peng’ were just used in EastEnders and I’m ready to stop watching it.”
EastEnders continues tonight at 7.30pm on BBC One.