Rush Limbaugh, the outspoken conservative commentator, understands who to know in order to get the best seats for the biggest game of the year, the Super Bowl.
Yet he might not have the best understanding as to when the most appropriate time to conduct his own personal hygiene might be.
On Sunday, the radio talk show host had the privilege to watch the game from the New England Patriots CEO Robert Kraft's skybox. Also in the skybox was Aerosmith front man and American Idol judge Steven Tyler.
Limbaugh snagged the skybox seat through Kraft; the pair became friends in Palm Beach, where both own property, The Names Blog reported.
In 2010, Kraft even attended Limbaugh's wedding to 33-year-old Kathryn Rogers. Rogers is Limbaugh's fourth wife.
According to Mediaite, during a camera shot that was focused on Kraft the NBC camera man also managed to catch what appears to be Limbaugh in the top right of the frame either picking or scratching his nose.
He hosts "The Rush Limbaugh Show" which is aired throughout the U.S. on Premiere Radio Networks and is the highest rated talk-radio program in the United States.
Limbaugh signed an 8-year, $400 million contract extension with Clear Channel in 2008.
Limbaugh began working as a radio talk show host in California at radio station KFBK, which still airs his syndicated program.
His unique program featured no guests, relying only on his conservative political analysis for content.
He moved to New York City in 1988 where he began the national broadcast of his program on WABC radio. His program grew in popularity and he began his rise to national fame.
In the 1990's, Limbaugh's fame grew beyond radio and into publishing and television. He became a bestselling author with his books The Way Things Ought to Be (1992) and See, I Told You So (1993).
A video featuring someone attempting to debunk the "nose picking fiasco" can be found below: