An advert for Derren Brown's new ride at Thorpe Park has been banned from prime-time TV for being "too scary".
The trailer for illusionist Brown's Ghost Train was due to be aired between 6pm and 7pm on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.
But Clearcast - who monitor ads before they are broadcast - ruled it could not be aired before the 9pm watershed as it contains "scenes of threat or horror".
The 15-second promo clip, which has already been viewed over 1,000 times, asks viewers to count how many white bunnies are on a train track.
A demonic monster then pops up on the screen.
After seeing it on social media several people turned to Twitter to express their shock at the advert - @Gabbb3h said: "I JUST HAD A HEART ATTACK."
While @HBD_Real_Nimrod said: "Imma just go and cry in a corner and never look at bunnies. Cool. (It's 19 btw)."
And @mollie_mulheran said: "that actually made me jump lol."
Do you think the ad is scary? See for yourself below:
Warning: Might scare you!