Donald Trump threw paper towels into the crowd when he visited Puerto Rico for the first time since Hurricane Maria devastated the Caribbean island.
The President of the United States helped out at a church on Tuesday, where he stood behind a counter with supplies for survivors of the hurricane.
However instead of handing the supplies out to the relatively small gathering, Trump decided to toss the paper towels into the congregation instead.
One person caught the President on camera taking up the towels and flinging them at the survivors, who looked delighted to be in the presence of Trump.
“There's video of Trump shooting paper towels into the crowd and it does not disappoint,” Caleb Ecarma said on Twitter.
More than three million people have been left without power and medical workers still haven’t been able to reach hundreds.
However in a press conference, Trump seemed more interested in how the disaster has affected the US budget.
"I hate to tell you, Puerto Rico, but you've thrown our budget a little out of whack because we've spent a lot of money on Puerto Rico," he said.
"And that's fine, we've saved a lot of lives."
Needless to say, Trump’s flyaway comments angered many on social media.
“Says the man who has cost taxpayers $71,556,561 hitting a little ball around in the grass,” one woman said.
“Trump to Puerto Rico leaders: "You've really thrown our budget out of whack" then brags only 16 died so far. This man has a disconnect!!” another said.