A rugby fan netted a cool £250,000 in a half-time challenge during Saracens' defeat of World Champions South Africa at Wembley on Monday evening.
Stuart Tinner, 24, was one of three people selected at half-time to attempt to hit the crossbar from all of 30 metres with a drop-kick.
Lucky Stuart, clearly inebriated at the time, inexplicably removed his shoes and punted the ball with his hideous white socks with such poor technique he resembled Manchester United keeper Ben Foster.
Don't question the methods, question the results.
The egg-shaped ball flew off his foot and sailed majestically through the air before crunching the crossbar in a way not too dissimilar to the notorious strikes of former Leeds legend Tony Yeboah.
'What's this got to do with football' I hear you ask? Well first of all, the man got rich off a game invented by amateur footballers down the local park decades ago before being made a cultural phenomenon by TV show Soccer AM in the form of 'The Crossbar Challenge'.
And secondly all this drama took place at Wembley Stadium, the home of English football! Enjoy!