Cardiff City striker Craig Bellamy can count himself somewhat lucky that referee Lee Probert has a sense of humour after pouring water over him during yesterday's match at the Cardiff City stadium.
Bellamy is seen along with a few other players taking a water break during Cardiff's game with Manchester City, with referee Lee Probert among the group.
When Bellamy had finished his share of the water, he decided to pour the rest of the water over the head of referee Probert.
Probert does talk to the 34-year-old Welshman, but it seems clear that he took it as 'banter'.
This is not the first time Probert has partaken in 'banter' on the pitch. In a match between Fulham and Wigan, Probert was taken out by a tackle by Steve Sidwell and Ben Watson before continuing to roll around as if to mock play-actors in the game and also pretending to show Wigan captain Caldwell a red card.
Bellamy will not face any punishment as the joke was taken lightheartedly but with another referee Bellamy have been in a different situation.
It was a day to remember for Bellamy and his team-mates as Cardiff won their first-ever home match in the Premier League.
Two goals from former Manchester United youngster Fraizer Campbell put Cardiff on their way to a memorable 3-2 victory over title-hopefuls Manchester City.
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