Pablo Pintos learnt the hard way that celebrating a goal by whipping your shirt off is a bad idea when a teenage fan ran on to the pitch and stole it from him.
Pintos had scored the third goal for Kasimpasa in a 3-0 victory over Gaziantepsor in the Turkish Super Lig.
Deep into injury time, the Uruguayan, who had come on as a substitute, tucked away a goal into the corner of the goal and ran over to celebrate with fans.
A couple of supporters made a concerted grab for the shirt immediately, but Pintos just about managed to hold on and return to the field.
There, however, he was blind-sided by a fan who had come on to the pitch and ripped the shirt from his hand.
Despite stadium security suddenly realising what had happened, the youth managed to throw it into the crowd before he could be apprehended.
A few boys looked to get away with the souvenir, but decided against it, meaning Pintos was fortunately reunited with the shirt before the final whistle blew.
But the 25-year-old did not get away scot-free — he went on to receive the obligatory yellow card for having removed the shirt.