After he scored his 200th try dueing Kenya’s game with Japan – which we won – at the London Sevens, Collins Injera went into a wild celebration, removing a marker pen from his socks and signing his name on the ball.
However, he also wrote on the lens of a camera on the pitch, destroying the equipment which officials say is worth 60,000 Euroes.
"Everyone loves a special celebration when a player reaches a particularly important landmark. But Kenyan sevens international Collins Injera may have taken his commemoration of a try a little too far, destroying an expensive camera in the process," wrote London's Daily Mail.
The player is now being accused of needless hooliganism, though it is not yet known whether he will be penalized for ruining the camera.