Amy Winehouse's husband Blake Fielder-Civil has been voted Britain's Top Anti-Icon.
Imprisoned Blake has topped a poll, conducted by Arena magazine, to find the top ten "witless" British male celebrities.
Blake - who is currently on remand in London's Pentonville Prison awaiting trial on charges of perverting the course of justice for allegedly attempting to fix his trial for grievous bodily harm (GBH) - took the top spot because of his explosive relationship with Amy.
One Arena writer said: "Blake is literally the worst husband ever. If your wife is partial to a nice bit of heroin then you should probably help her out by abstaining from drugs yourself and not stand on the sidelines chanting 'plunge it down you Zulu warrior!' or whatever it is junkies shout to egg each other on!"
Blake was closely followed by British street artist Banksy, while England soccer star Frank Lampard came third.
'Grace Kelly' singer Mika took fourth spot because of his ability to "make the nation rip off their ears with wretched, panicked fingernails and fill the bloodied holes with Polyfilla".
The top five was rounded off by British TV star Jeremy Kyle, who caused controversy last year by allowing a paedophile to boast about his crimes on his daytime chat show.
Arena magazine's top 10 British Anti-Icons:
Blake Fielder-Civil (Amy Winehouse's husband) Banksy (artist) Frank Lampard (England soccer star) Mika ('Grace Kelly' singer) Jeremy Kyle (British chat show host) Peter Andre (singer and husband of glamour model Jordan) Ziggy ('Big Brother' contestant) Prince Richard Hammond ('Top Gear' presenter) Ant and Dec (TV presenting duo)