Last Saturday in the Turkish top flight Kasimpasa beat Gaziantepspor 3-0 to continue their super start to the season (they currently sit second in the table).
The final goal of the match was scored by Uruguayan Pablo Cesar Cabral in the 93rd minute, and after scoring the forward celebrated by ripping off his shirt and running straight to an group of enthusiastic fans.
That sparked a frenzy with the supporters as several fans tried to tear the strips out of the scorers hand so they could have a souvenir.
Eventually Cabral was able to escape the fans with his shirt still in his possession, but as he returned to the pitch and cheeky kid somehow managed to appear on the surface, and the next thing Cabral knew the kid has legged it with his number 19 jersey.
From there a comedy game of cat-and-mouse played out: the shirt was hoisted to an accomplice in the crowd, but only after heavy pressure released the stolen item from his grasp.
Finally Cabral got the jersey back on his body, and the match was able to finish.
Watch the bizarre Turkish daylight robbery below.
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