We all know that athletes get strictly lectured and warned about what they can and cannot post on social media, but it seems now that fans have to self-censor their tweets as well.
Well if you are at a Cleveland Cavaliers match you do.
One unlucky Miami Heat fan found this out the hard way last night after being kicked out of the Quicken Loans Arena for his social media messages.
The young Heat fan - who goes by @_GodsSoldier_10 on Twitter - had court-side tickets to the game and tweeted before the action started that if he got a thousand retweets then he would rush the court.
The tweet exploded on the social media site and got way more attention than the fan probably even thought but he stuck to his guns, following it up with "Almost there #yolo."
Then everything went downhill. He was collected by security, taken to a control room and then kicked out of the arena at halftime, along with an official warning for "violating the fan code of conduct" which you can see at the top of the page.
The offender in question didn't seem too cut up about what transpired though.
After leaving the arena he tweeted he was more annoyed about having his $10 nachos thrown away and told the Cavs that he would be seeing them next week, back in his court side seats.
The Heat ended up winning the encounter as well just to add to the young mans glee and ensuing twitter fame.
This story doesn't really have a moral truth be told, it's just pretty funny.