A member of Canadian Parliament made a stink last week over the use of the word "fart."
The hilarious exchange started after Conservative MP Michelle Rempel accused her government of treating Alberta "like a fart in the room" during a speech about job opportunities.
Just moments later Green Party leader Elizabeth May interrupted Rempel's speech, taking issue over the use of the word "fart" in parliament proceedings: "I heard her say a word I know is distinctly unparliamentary, and I think she may want to withdraw it," May said. "The word was f-a-r-t."
Attendees caught snickering on camera clearly thought the fart-filled interlude was a gas, but Rempel was not amused, further criticizing her colleague for focusing on the word "fart" instead of the policy issues at hand.
Watch the video (above).