Watch Breakfast host Matt McLean wrestle with a set of bagpipes
The bagpipes: not as easy as blowing into the bag and squeezing. Just ask TVNZ 1 Breakfast presenter Matt McLean.
McLean tried his hand at the traditional Scottish instrument on Friday morning during a live cross from Dunedin's Larnach Castle.
The results - perhaps predictably - were pretty hilarious.
After a demonstration from expert bagpiper Dugald McKay, who managed a rousing rendition of Amazing Grace, a kilt-wearing McLean put his own lips to the pipe's mouthpiece.
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"The thing of course to remember is that Dugald has been playing for about 50 years, not to give away his age. I've been practicing for all of two minutes," he warned.
He then produced about 20 seconds of discordant noise as he appeared to wrestle with the instrument - much to the amusement of his studio-bound colleagues Jack Tame, Hilary Barry and Brodie Kane.
"It's a lot harder than I gave it credit for, playing the bagpipes," McLean said.
However, he did get to have the last laugh, telling the studio: "I am going to go and put some underwear on."
McLean is developing a reputation for his on-air stunts. In recent weeks he's been blitzed by gale-force winds, gone on screen in a skin-tight green bodysuit, and had stitches removed from his head.