Trinidad and Tobago slipped to defeat at the hands of Panama in the U20 Concacaf Championship last weekend, in a match which saw perhaps the most downright piece of play-acting you'll ever see.
Akeem Humphrey was the guilty culprit, lashing out with a sly elbow in the face of a Panama player before quite outrageously throwing himself to the floor in an attempt to con his way out of a straight red card.
Trinidad were already down to 10 men at the time so that perhaps factored into Humphrey's decision to fall over in nothing short of agony, but luckily the eagle-eyed official wasn't fooled for one moment.
Red faced, red card
Humphrey's Oscar worthy performance was only ever going to get one award in the form an early bath, with his hilarious effort thankfully captured on camera for the world to see.
His Trinidad team-mates were probably the only people who won't want to give the piece of viral gold a second look, left to battle on in vein with just nine men in a late hiding to nothing for the final 20 minutes of a must-win qualifier.
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Steven Taylor eat your heart out
Trinidad's new public enemy number echoes the efforts of Newcastle United defender Steven Taylor to prove his worth as an actor more than a decade ago.
Taylor did a quite superb job of attempting to mask a handball on the line against Aston Villa in 2004, but unfortunately reacting line a sniper had picked him off from distance was essentially pointless considering the referee was just yards away.
Humphrey's has more malice though, which is why it's just about the worst dive you're likely to lay eyes on in 2015 even at this early stage.