Tipping Point fans were left chuckling on Tuesday after host Ben Shephard asked a question about a poem which referred to "the dong".
During the final round, Ben, 45, asked hopeful Brian which poet wrote the poem, The Dong with a Luminous Nose.
The potential answers included Alice's Adventures in Wonderland writer Lewis Carroll, Oscar Wilde, and Edward Lear.
Brian correctly answered Edward Lear wrote the poem.
Crude viewers quickly logged into Twitter to laugh and the questionable poem's name.
One fan wrote: "Dong with the luminous nose???!! hahhahaaha."
Another added: "The dong with the luminous nose. Ooh I say," before adding a string of laughing emojis.
Meanwhile, a third joked about Brian's bold multicoloured outfit teasing: "The Dong With A Ridiculous Shirt #tippingpoint."
Chatting to Ben at the start of the final round, Brian explained he hoped to use his prize money to travel to see his son who lives on the other side of the world.
Brian said: "My son and his girlfriend live in New Zealand so it would be nice to get to see where they live.
"Hopefully the money will get us there."
Agreeing, Ben replied: "Yes, it is beautiful part of the world."
After failing to get the jackpot token out he was then offered the opportunity to gamble his money and play for the full £10,000.
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After thinking it through, he turned down the trade and opted to take home is winnings of £3,950.
On top of that, Brian also won a mystery prize which turned out to be a home BBQ.
Beaming he told Ben that his winnings will 'definitely cover his airfare' to see his son.
Tipping Point continues weekdays on ITV at 4pm
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