Controversial commentator (or "walking headline", if you prefer) Katie Hopkins has raised eyebrows with yet another outlandish piece of social commentary.
This time, the British mum of 3 - you know, the one who banned playdates with kids who have "working-class names" and said red-haired children are "harder to love" - has turned her attention to the issue of childhood allergies.
Although current research estimates one in ten children in Australia alone exhibits an allergy to food, Katie's not convinced every claim is authentic. During an interview about children and birthdays on Channel 9's Mornings program yesterday she suggested children who cry "allergic" are just really picky eaters.
We've heard of climate change skeptics; who knew there were allergy skeptics too?
"There's nothing wrong with these kids, really, but suddenly they're wheat free, they're dairy free, they're lactose intolerant. They can't stand this, they can't stand that," she said. "If you ask me, it's just another word for fussy. And we have an expression in our house - 'We don't do fussy.'"