A streaker stole the show with his stepping skills during the Chiefs' Super Rugby win over the Blues at FMG Stadium in Hamilton on Saturday night.
Late in the first half, he found his way onto the field inside the Chiefs' 22 and stepped four security guards while almost running the entire length of the field.
But he was eventually stopped in his tracks, the fifth security guard destroying him with a bone-crunching tackle.
Many rugby fans took to social media to praise the man's footwork.
"Man that streaker could be going for a Super Rugby contract with those steps," one Twitter user said. "Had the guards bamboozled!... should have picked a warmer night though."
Another user claimed it would go down as one of the best streaks in history.
The pitch invader is likely to face a fine for his disruption.
According to the FMG Stadium website, fans who "enter, attempt to enter or interfere with a restricted area, eg performance or playing area" may be issued with a "trespass notice from the venue and any other premises owned by us for a period of two years" and could be "prosecuted for a criminal offence".
The Chiefs went onto claim their third win of the season, beating the Blues 33-29.