English cricket fans have welcomed Australian sporting cheats David Warner and Steve Smith to the Cricket World Cup with boos, chants and one of the best trolls we've seen all year - sandpaper costumes. How good.
Steve Smith was booed onto the field as he walked out to bat and again when he hit his first boundary. They booed again when he brought up his half-century, and they reached their crescendo when he was named man of the match.
There were jeers for Smith too when he joined his former vice-captain in the middle.
But perhaps the best gag came from two spectators dressed up as sandpaper on an overlooking balcony holding a big image of a cricket ball.
At times, chants of "Aussie, Aussie, Aussie; Cheats, Cheats, Cheats" broke out during the game. But cricketer Adam Zampa said the team was ready to hear it.
"We expected what we were going to cop."
"Call it what you want, disrespectful, or just a part of the game. Either way, I think the way that us as players are handling it has been great."