There has been faecal (poop) bacteria found in the ice used at many coffee chains around the world, according to BBC, and right now we're thanking the lord it's winter.
The program's Watchdog series has reportedly discovered that there are varying levels of the bacteria in sampled of iced drinks from Starbucks.
Oh my god.
Trays, tables and high chairs of the chains were tested in 30 branches around the world, for their cleanliness.
Expert from the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health, Tony Lewis, revealed: "The level of contamination of faecal bacteria concerns me a great deal."
UM SAME, TONY!
It was also discovered that seven out of ten samples from similar coffee branch, Costa Coffee, were also contaminated with faecal bacteria. ICK!
"Following these results we took immediate action to review our food safety procedures and have updated our ice-handling guidelines and are in the process of introducing new ice equipment storage across our estate," A spokesperson for Starbucks said in a statement.
They revealed that they take hygiene "extremely seriously" and "nothing is more important than customer safety."