With five minutes remaining in a tense test match in Cardiff yesterday between Wales and Australia, Wallabies fullback Kurtley Beale was given the task of being Australia's auxiliary flanker - captain Michael Hooper had been sent to the sin bin eight minutes previously.
You could be forgiven for believing that the fullback would have a basic knowledge of how scrums work since he has stood behind countless scrums throughout his career but evidently he had no clue.
Initially binding himself to the prop, a position which caused him some discomfort, Beale rectified his mistake to bind on Australia's second row.
"Definitely doesn't know what he is doing," quipped the BBC co-commentator.
That was not the only highlight of the game for the utility back. Midway through the second half, Beale tackled Welsh winger Steffan Evans and in the process he opportunistically ripped the ball from the Welshman's hands to run three quarter's of the field to touch down for Australia's fourth and final try of the match.