Kiwi paceman Neil Wagner has earned a cheeky run-out after catching the batsman napping.
The incident occurred during a Plunket Shield match between Canterbury and Otago in New Zealand, after batsman Tim Johnston faced a Wagner short ball.
Johnston then stepped out of his crease, presumably to control the ball, or pass it back to the bowler.
Either way it was a horrible mistake.
Immediately the Black Caps star sensed his opportunity, seemingly making eye contact with the batsman before quickly picking up the ball and under-arming it at the stumps.
He immediately appealed and the wicket was awarded, leaving Johnston embarrassed and Wagner celebrating like he'd just won the match.
What a crazy moment.
Watch it unfold in the video at the top of the page.
Wagner is no stranger to incredible run-outs, after falling victim to one of the unluckiest dismissals in cricket history.
Earlier this year, he was run out, despite his whole body being past the crease on a run attempt.