The rugby fan who cut off his own tackle after Wales beat England in the Six Nations has been talking about his moment of madness.
Geoffrey Huish, 31, used blunt wire cutters to do the gruesome deed in a bizarre celebration of his team's victory.
He even staggered to his social club to show off his handy work - and all while he was sober.
He said to The Sun that he told his friend he would do it if Wales won. "I'd told my pal Gethin Probert before the game that Wales didn't stand a chance."
Geoffrey, from Senghenydd in the Welsh Valleys, listened to the game on the radio by himself and popped to the bathroom afterwards, where he saw the wire cutters.
Huish listened as Wales beat England "I thought, 'Oh no, I haven't got to do anything like that, have I?' Then I thought, 'You can do it'.
"So I started hacking away at my tackle. It took about 10 minutes and there was quite a lot of pain - but I just kept going.
"The cutters were blunt so I had to keep snipping.
Doctors were unable to sew his essentials back on and Geoffrey spent several months in a psychiatric unit while experts tried to fathom his actions.
Geoffrey, who is still visiting a psychiatrist, said: "I think about what happened every day and still haven't come up with a good reason why.
"I'd had a lot going on and felt a bit down.
"I can't have kids now, but still want a family. Maybe I'll adopt."