Kenya superstar Collins Injera celebrated his 200th try on the World Sevens Series by taking out a permanent marker from his sock and signing the ball and a camera.
It was a definite pre-planned move – you can only guess how uncomfortable it must have been to have that marker next to his leg as he waited for his 200th try – but he then walked over to sign a camera. It is a practise seen in tennis but little did Injera know, the players sign a protective cover instead of the lens itself. The lens – now permanently marked with Injera’s autograph – costs in the region of Ksh 8,970,000. Ooops.
— World Rugby Sevens (@WorldRugby7s) May 17, 2015
Courtesy of ESPN.