A West Ham fan lost a finger during the side's Europa League match this week.
The Irons were playing Genk in Belgium last night (4 November), drawing 2-2 in the away leg. And in the celebrations, a fan in the stands reportedly ripped one of their digits off.
A video shared on social media shows a steward picking the finger up off the floor and then placing it on the fence in front of the away crowd.
It's understood that the unnamed fan lost the finger after banging the fence and that he has now received medical attention.
And if that wasn't bad enough for the lad, West Ham had to settle for a draw after Tomas Soucek scored an own goal in the dying minutes of the match.
LADbible has contacted West Ham for a comment.
Earlier this year, a woman got a nasty surprise when she bit into a hamburger at a fast food restaurant, only to find herself chewing on the 'remains of a human finger'.
Estefany Benitez, from Bolivia, popped into one of her favourite spots, a Hot Burger store in the city of Santa Cruz de la Sierra on 12 September for a bite to eat.
However, she says as she chomped into her burger, she inadvertently bit into a severed finger, with police later confirming an employee had lost a digit while slicing meat.
Sharing the horror on Facebook, Benitez wrote: "At the moment of eating, I chewed on a FINGER."
She also posted images of the finger, along with videos of her waiting to speak to a company representative, who told her: "Please tell me what you want and we will give it to you."
In the footage, the representative for Hot Burger can also be heard explaining that the burgers arrive at the store pre-prepared.
They also tell Benitez that 'nothing like this has ever happened to us before'.
In one video - which was been viewed more than 60,000 times - Benitez says: "Here we are at the magnificent Hot Burger where a finger ended up in my burger.
"I'll post a photo of the finger right away."
True to her word, Benitez did share photos of her unexpected grisly meal - with the top of the dismembered digit seen hanging out on the side of her plate after she had apparently taken a bite out of the burger.
Benitez said a store representative had offered to close the restaurant while she was still there, but claims they then 'carried on serving customers like nothing had happened'.