Tipping Point was back on our screens on Tuesday as ITV aired the latest episode of the popular game show.
Host Ben Shephard welcomed four contestants to the famous ITV studio as they battled it out to win the highly sought after cash prizes.
Paul, Becky, Jack and Christine and answered a series of questions to win turns on an arcade-style machine.
Dropping tokens down a choice of four chutes, they each hoped to knock piles of the counters off a moving shelve – the more they collected, the greater the prize fund.
Viewers at home were left scratching their heads as contestant Paul guessed an answer to a geography question during the intense second round of the quiz show.
Paul wrongly guessed that Andorra borders Spain and Turkey, leaving fans at home confused.
Taking to Twitter, one fan penned: "Aye, cos Spain's next to Turkey u dimwit haha."
Another posted: "Borders with Spain and Turkey, Christ Andorra must be massive."
A third said: "Spain & Turkey!!!!??? That question was easy."
While a fourth wrote: "Turkey next door to Spain?"
Andorra is in fact a town on the Italian Riviera in the region of Ligura.
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