Australian Raymond Smith has endured an embarrassing moment on the oche at the Professional Darts Corporation (PDC) world championship, when his false teeth popped out, while celebrating on Saturday (NZ time).
The 39-year-old was trailing 2-0 against England's Alan Tabern, but fought back to level the first-round clash, when he landed a 104-finish by hitting double-16.
He was so fired up that his false teeth came loose, as he celebrated. Luckily, they didn't fall out onto the ground, as Smith acted like nothing happened and collected his darts at the Alexandra Palace.
Unfortunately for Smith, Tabern pinched the deciding set to earn a date with world number one Michael van Gerwen in the next round.
The result was very similar to New Zealand's Cody Harris, who also fought back from 2-0 down, but couldn’t complete a come-from-behind win against Jamie Lewis of Wales.