A QPR fan had his fellow supporters cheering but angered Bristol City's travelling faithful with his hilarious antics.
The cheeky chap was in the lower tier of the School End on Monday, with the Robins above in the upper tier.
But the City followers managed to drop a big flag down in front of the QPR section behind the goal.
And one plucky joker seized his moment with both hands.
A video circulated on social media showed the bloke run down the steps at the front of the stand and pick up the giant St George's Cross.
He then threw it to the ground and repeatedly stamped on it before cupping his ears to the rest of the supporters.
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Those in the lower tier absolutely loved it and went wild but those looking down from above furiously booed as they helplessly asked for it back.
Clearly enjoying his moment in the spotlight, the Hoops fan decided to carry on.
He picked the flag up and threw it to the ground again before pretending to wipe his behind, sending his fellow supporters crazy.
The man then danced on the flag and, as a steward eventually headed over to tell him off, he nonchalantly dropped it over the advertising hoardings, cue more cheers.
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He then strolled back to his seat – but not before giving it large to the away fans as the banter continued.
Viewers online could not get enough of the naughty behaviour.
One said: "Thank you to this fan who has single-handedly given us the most entertainment all season."
Another wrote: "Waited for the a*** wipe. Didn't disappoint fair play."
A third added: "This QPR fan decided to have a bit of fun with a Bristol City flag that got dropped from the away end. CLASS."
However, some on Twitter were appalled by the fan with suggestions the Robins flag was dedicated to a fan who passed away.
And it was the Bristol City supporters who has the final say as Mark Sykes and Sam Bell secured a 2-0 win on the final day of an exciting Championship season to finish 14th under Nigel Pearson.
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