After Andy Murray’s epic US Open triumph last September, Tramlines brought you news of the Scot’s bar bill at trendy Chinese restaurant Hakkasan.
Although his entourage sank a few well-earned drinks, we couldn't help but marvel at Murray’s restraint.
Having achieved a life-long ambition and pocketed a $1.9 million winner's cheque, he chose to celebrate with a single lemon soda, price $6.
Little did we realise that, as we wrote, the Briton was quaffing champagne in first class on the flight home from New York.
In fact, the 26-year-old got so tipsy that he accidentally brushed his teeth with face cream.
Murray’s girlfriend Kim Sears told the story in a BBC documentary: "I woke up and he said 'I've had a few glasses of champagne. You’ll never guess what I did. I went to the toilet to brush my teeth and used face cream by accident.'
"I think it shows (he is) a little bit of a lightweight. Maybe the altitude made it worse."
Tramlines cannot help but smile indulgently at the normally teetotal Murray’s antics.
While we promote responsible drinking, we’re prepared to cut you some slack if you’ve just become the first British Grand Slam winner in 76 years.
And a minor toothpaste incident hardly qualifies as the sort of wild carousing associated with some sports stars.
Murray opens his Wimbledon campaign on Monday against Germany’s Benjamin Becker - let’s hope that in a fortnight’s time he’s knocking back the bubbly and gargling with moisturiser.