Topless Argentinian fan risks jail time after BBC accidentally airs wild moment
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If you watched the World Cup final yesterday (Sunday 18 December), you can be forgiven for losing track of all the astonishing moments in the match.
And if you didn't watch it, what on Earth were you doing?
Spoiler alert - Argentina beat France in what will go down as one of the greatest finals in any sport ever.
Naturally, after 36 years of waiting - and an absolute rollercoaster of a game - the Argentinians in the Lusail Stadium went berserk when substitute Gonzalo Montiel slotted home the winning penalty.
And before captain Lionel Messi had chance to lift the trophy, one fan had lifted off her top, with cameras capturing her jubilantly waving it above her head and jumping up and down.
Of course, taking your top off and waving it above your head is pretty much universally understood to mean 'Get the f**k in, I'm loving my life right now.'
However, in Qatar, there are strict laws governing how women should dress in public - namely, they're expected to cover up.
The Qatar Tourism Authority had asked fans visiting the country for the tournament to 'respect local culture' and 'avoid excessively revealing clothing', ensuring that shoulders and knees are covered.
So yeah, no top whatsoever a definite no-no.
Still, there have been plenty of male fans waving their shirts above their heads in Qatari stadiums, just as there were after Argentina were crowned champions, but unsurprisingly less of a fuss has been made of this.
Just as no one bats an eye when the Geordie blokes get their t**s out and cheer on The Magpies in temperatures significantly lower than those in Qatar.
There will likely be toplessness and debauchery in Argentina for days (and nights) to come after they were crowned campeones del mundo.
The celebrations were well under way by half-time, with Argentina heading in at the break 2-0 up and looking absolutely dominant.
But 10 minutes from time, the game spontaneously combusted into life.
Nicolás Otamendi gave away a penalty which French superstar Kylian Mbappé converted, before scoring a stunning volley just 97 seconds later.
The match headed to extra-time, with Argentina looking leggy and reigning champions France suddenly in the ascendency.
It seemed as though it was written in the stars for Messi when the 35-year-old scored in the 108th minute, but Mbappé was able to equalise from the spot once again with just two minutes left.
The remarkable match was decided on penalties, with both Messi and Mbappé converting once again; however, the French faltered, sending the Argentinian fans into raptures and cementing Messi as one of the best - if not the best - to ever play the beautiful game.