Kenyan rugby player Collins Injera scored his 200th career try in the London 7s against Japan celebrated by signing the lens of a $94,000 camera—ruining it.
Kenyan rugby player Collins Injera was understandably excited to score his 200th career try during Sunday's London Seven victory over Japan.
Injera must be a fan of Terrell Owens, because he celebrated by taking a marker out of his sock and signing the ball. Then he mimicked the popular tennis celebration of signing the television camera's lens.
There's only one problem: in tennis you don't sign the actual lens. Rather than render an expensive piece of equipment totally useless, tennis players sign a protective covering on top of the lens. Injera signed the glass, completely ruining the lens. That'll cost £60,000 ($94,000) to replace, according to ESPN.
- Dan Gartland