There had been a worrying trend in rugby that was increasing over the last season where players had transformed themselves into missiles and firing themselves dangerously into rucks only to go unpunished.
It's not that it isn't against rugby's laws, just that referees weren't enforcing the law. It seems as though a directive has come down from World Rugby this weekend after two players were sent off for the same offense.
You've already seen Iain Henderson's red card against Munster yesterday, but there was a similar one in the Premiership on Saturday as Leicester's Seremaia Bai was given an early bath from referee Wayne Barnes.
Leicester ended up winning the game anyway 26-21 over Wasps, but had to do it after Bai was sent of for a "ludicriously violent charge" at the ruck on Wasps Nathan Hughes.
It seems from the clip that the referee had blown his whistle, that Hughes wasn't interfering with the ball or looking to and the ball was available before Bai launches himself head first at his fellow Fijian.
Barnes initially sent Bai to the sin bin before seeing replays and upgrading the offense to a red card.
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It's hard to argue with that result, and while there are similarities with Iain Henderson's it does seem a lot more clearcut.