Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay has been promoting his new US TV programme Hotel Hell, which sees him try to help struggling hotels and motels.
In the new series Ramsay visits various hotels across America and uses his straight-talking, and a team of hospitality experts, to try to turn their businesses around.
One thing the chef learned on his journey was always to avoid the honeymoon suite upgrade: "If there's one strong piece of advice I can give anyone checking into a hotel if they upgrade you to a honeymoon suite, ****ing decline it.
"I never thought things could shoot that far. We did a black light search with this torch and black light and holy mackerel, honestly, it was like a galaxy."
He added: "Forget the mini bars. Every hotel across the world now should have a black light in there because you being the customer should have the right to turn off the lights and see the amount of body fluids that have been sprayed in your room."