I used to go to a lot of hockey games as a kid. The big between-period promotion always involved a guy one end of the ice trying to put the puck into a very tiny goal on the other side of the rink. It's really hard to do and I've never seen it done in my life. Until now. Good job and he thought we won $50,000. Excellent, except he'd stepped in front of the red line, making his win void. The owner of the team had to step in and pay the fee once the sponsor of the competition - an insurance company - refused to pay out.