Wales have become known for their inspirational team spirit and passion at Euro 2016.
The minnows may have even trumped Iceland as the tournament's favourite underdogs, but it seems their camaraderie has now taken a turn for the bizarre.
The rest of Europe has been willing them on, but no-one particularly wanted to see their latest celebrations.
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That's because, as well as commandeering the Iceland clap, Chris Coleman's boys have now been filmed mid-haka with very few clothes on.
The video was shot by Birmingham midfielder David Cotterill, who didn't get on the pitch, but was part of the 23-man squad.
Their two biggest stars, Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey, are noticeably absent from the video, with goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey taking centre-stage.
Here's the clip:
Quite what possessed them to celebrate like this is unclear, but they've had plenty to smile about over the last few weeks.
One stat that continues to delight Wales fans is that the Dragons won more knock-out games in the last fortnight than England have in the last two decades.
Reasons to celebrate
And while they were ultimately undone by Cristiano Ronaldo's Portugal in the last four, no-one will have expected them to do as well as they did.
Having come top of Group B, Wales beat Northern Ireland and Belgium to reach the semi-finals, a remarkable feat for a side featuring players from Fulham, MK Dons, and Reading.
It appears this video was shot after the Portugal game, which raises the question of why the players were in such high spirits after losing the game 2-0, but they were clearly going out of the tournament with their heads held high.
What did you think of Wales' run to the semi-finals? Have your say in the comments.