A HOTEL guest was left gobsmacked after noticing someone had changed the name of a TV channel in his room to "C**T TV."
Matt Lambert, 45, from Devon, noticed the four-lettered swear word on his television while staying at the Royal Court Hotel in Coventry on Tuesday.
The dad-of-two, who is working in the city for a construction job, said he could not believe his eyes and began filming in astonishment.
He told The Sun Online: "I was shocked when I turned on the telly and it said C**T TV instead of BBC1.
"I checked the other channels - ITV, Channel 4 and they were all fine but I then switched back and it still said the same thing for BBC 1.
"How could someone do that? I have no idea.
"What if my wife and kids were there? It was shocking. What if a religious person was staying in the room?"
Matt and his colleague Nigel Baker, 53, arrived at the hotel on Monday evening for a three night stay.
The construction worker added: "We've been here nearly three nights and it still says C**T TV."
Last night, Matt recorded himself changing the channel and can be heard saying: "I can't believe it. When I put on BBC1, to my disgust, look what happens.."
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He adds "I don't think that's acceptable."
Matt says he plans to complain to hotel staff about the obscenity when he checks out tomorrow morning.
It is believed a prankster hacked the TV and changed the name of BBC1 to the four-letter word.
The Sun Online has contacted Britannia Hotel - which runs the Royal Court Hotel - for comment.
Matt's wife hosts a blog named The Unnecessary Pessary which details the struggles people face following life-changing injuries.