Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley lost his temper in Parliament while answering questions from the Opposition, on Wednesday.
Dr Rowley was at the time addressing his decision, last month, to attend an energy conference in Qatar.
Opposition Member of Parliament Rodney Charles pressed Dr Rowley as to why he chose to attend the Qatar conference rather than one hosted by Caribbean neighbours Guyana.
Dr Rowley, however, did not take kindly to the question as he chided the MP for what he deemed to be questions tainted with a fondness for other Caribbean countries.
Order was restored by House Speaker Brigid Anisette-George but another question in which Guyana was again mentioned again drew the ire of Dr Rowley.