People have noticed one HUGE problem with the M&S Christmas advert

Marks and Spencer released their highly-anticipated Christmas advert this week.

The advert features Britain's most-loved bear, Paddington, waking up on Christmas eve to find a burglar who he believes to be Santa on his roof.

Paddington then helps the hapless burglar deliver the neighbourhood's presents, before the burglar clearly turns to thank him for helping with his change of heart.

However, there's just one small problem with the act of thanks towards Paddington, see if you can spot it:

Did you spot it at all? No?

Well, if you didn't, a lot of people on Twitter certainly did:

Yep, that's right. People think Santa said 'fuck you little bear', rather than thank you.

Well, that's not very Christmassy, is it?

Marks and Spencer have been forced to respond to what Twitter is now calling a huge blunder.

Speaking to Digital Spy, a spokesperson revealed:

"He's saying, 'Thank you, little bear'. We think it's really clear. We wouldn't change the ad."

It's hardly like a Christmas advert coupled with a childhood character would really feature the F-Bomb, but we literally can't unhear it now.

Poor Paddington, he was just trying to help.

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