Rihanna's Super Bowl halftime show performance caused quite the "disturbia" for a handful people who tuned in.
The Federal Communications Commission received 103 complaints from viewers, with many griping that the performance was overly sexual. Some people even said it was pornographic.
"This year the halftime show was so indecent I had to turn off the TV because of the pornographic content," one person claimed, according to TMZ. Another said, "I don't care what someone worships but children shouldn't be exposed to pornography and as an adult I don't wish to see it. … Where has decency gone? How about respect for others and self?"
Some people took issue with the pregnant singer's backup dancers. One person said the dancers "were patently offensive and completely inappropriate for children."
Of course, the number of complaints about RiRi's performance pales in comparison to issues viewers had following the infamous Justin Timberlake and Janet Jackson wardrobe malfunction during the 2004 Super Bowl. The FCC received more than half a million complaints at the time.