A prankster barber continually sprayed one of his customers until they were totally soaked - but they ever so politely never said a word. Watch here:
George Fairbrass went to have his mop chopped at Tay Biserov's barbershop in St Neots, Cambridgeshire, earlier this year, oblivious to the fact he was being secretly filmed.
Tay - who moved to St Neots from Plodiv, Bulgaria, six years ago - had planned on excessively spraying the student with water and recording his reaction, but there basically wasn't one.
In the video, 19-year-old George can be seen sitting straight-faced as the water pours down his face for a good 30 seconds.
Tay said it was lucky that he couldn't contain his laughter anymore, because otherwise, George's extreme Britishness might have caused him to drown.
The 25-year-old said: "He was too British to say something. Too polite. He wasn't even looking at me to make eye contact and see what's going on.
"I was expecting him to say something, and as I was spraying him I thought I'd get a reaction any second, but there wasn't one.
"When I noticed that, I thought I'd carry on a little bit more. There was a point where I couldn't keep my laughter in and we both started laughing.
"I had to stop at one point otherwise he would have drowned. He was too British for the prank to work, but it was still funny because you never thought he'd keep his mouth shut."
He added: "If it was me, I'd jump out the chair and start losing my head, asking 'What are you doing mate, giving me a shower?'.
"George and his family come regularly and I thought I'd try it on him to see how he reacted. He's a quiet guy and doesn't usually say much, so I thought 'You're the guy, you're getting it'."
George was thankfully able to see the funny side of it and still visits Tay's barbershop regularly - though he is a little more wary nowadays.
He said: "I didn't even notice something was going on. He was very sneaky in the way he spun the chair around. I didn't notice the camera at all.
"I could feel the water on my forehead, then it started dripping right down. I suppose I was too polite to say something at first and I didn't clock on to what he was doing straight away.
"I just started laughing at the end because I just couldn't hold it in. That's when I realised I'd been absolutely mugged off."