Game Of Thrones fans were offered a few tantalising clues as to what is planned for the next series of the hit show when French actor Elie Haddad posted a picture of his iPad featuring a page of the script on his Instagram page.
Realising his mistake, the 30-year-old rumoured Thrones newcomer quickly deleted the photo - but not before a few eagle-eyed fans had copied the post and set about deciphering what the text revealed.
Season six of GoT isn't set for release until April 2016.
Haddad's name is watermarked across the whole page, leaving producers and viewers in no doubt as to where the leak came from.
Although the text of the script is hard to make out, fans have still managed to decipher parts of it - and it seems it concerns Daenerys Targaryen, played by Emilia Clarke.
The bawdy conversation is between two Dothrakis, one of whom is presumably played by Haddad.
Discussing Daenerys, they say lines like: "I like her", "She's paler than milk", "I bet she gets nice and pink when you pinch her" and "I'd like to know what Khaleesi tastes like."
Daenerys was last seen in season five being surrounded by a group of Dothraki, and Emilia recently teased that the next run will be action-packed from the start.
"It’s just go, go, go, go. Shocking moment to shocking moment. Epic moment to epic moment. It’s mental; it’s epic," she said, according to a report in Britain's Daily Express.
Judging by photos from the set, it seems as though the Dothraki will be holding Daenerys captive this season, said the Independent newspaper, with Ser Jorah plotting to free her.
Earlier, it was thought that the programme's director, Miguel Sapochnik, might also have been found wanting when it comes to staying tight-lipped over the script said the Daily Mail.
On his Twitter account, he posted a picture of a clapper board from the set of season six, dated Nov 3. It was labelled "White Walker unit", which refers to a mythological race of icemen who were thought not to be featuring in the climax of season six.
The rumour mill quickly went into motion, with fans and media suggesting that the White Walkers would be making an appearance in key plotlines.
However, Sapochnik was quick to clarify or at least send fans off the scent when he followed up with a tweet that read: "Sorry folks. Whitewalker refers to the different crews on the show. Dragon unit, Wolf unit and new addition White Walker unit."