Peter K Rollings has been given the accolade of potentially being Britain's Got Talent's worst ever act.
The 49 year old is a part-time gardener from Lincoln who tonight hit the the stage to perform songs with his homemade range of experimental instruments.
He said that those who watch his act "love it" and find it "really interesting" although the BGT judges weren't so keen.
Even a sonic chicken couldn't impress the panel, as Ant and Dec compared Peter's audition to a "really, really, really, really bad Daft Punk."
"Welcome to Britain's Got Talent!" concluded Alesha Dixon after Peter's performance of 'Stranger World'.
As it happens Simon Cowell didn't buzz but not for any good reason.
"I was trying to see if it could get any worse because I didn't think it could then you actually managed it," he told Peter.
The music mogul concluded: "If nothing else, after ten years, I can safely say that's the worst song we've ever heard on this show and for that I salute you."
Amanda remarked: "Peter that is a huge accolade because we've had some real **** on this show."
Other bizarre acts on the episode tonight included ventriloquist Tony Baloney with dog Leeroy and Madame Zucchini, the show's first (and probably last) vegetable entertainment specialist. She performed a vegetable tribute to Star Wars.
But there was lots of talent on show as well including a sword swallower, dancers, singers and impressionist.
Britain's Got Talent 2016 continues Saturday nights on ITV.