TV quiz show host Noel Edmonds should be required to donate his major organs, preferably today, according to a new opinion poll.
Chief Medical Officer Sir Liam Donaldson has called for the forced removal of organs in order to make Britain a more decent society.
Sir Liam had suggested a trial programme involving vagrants and traffic wardens, but polls now show the public mood is in favour of opening up the Deal or No Deal tycoon.
A MCI/Canter poll asked a representative sample of 1024 British adults when Noel Edmonds organs should be removed.
Ten per cent said doctors should wait until he has a helicopter accident, 25 per cent said 'sometime in the next month' while an overwhelming 65 per cent said, 'immediately'.
Edmonds was a popular figure during the 1970s when he presented Swap Shop and Top of the Pops.
But his popularity took a dip when he moved to Crinkly Bottom, his fictional hell-hole, and by the late 1990s he was the subject of several five-figure bounties.
His reappearance three years ago at the helm of the Channel 4 game show was described by one commentator as a "wanton act of provocation".
Sir Liam said: "I would have preferred to use vagrants. But at the end of the day I just want the organs and I'm not going to go around asking a lot of awkward questions."