PIC: This Kilkenny fan might be the bravest man in Ireland after this stunt in Waterford
Would you dare try this?
Kilkenny reached their tenth All-Ireland hurling final in 11 years after edging out Waterford by 2-19 to 2-17 in Thurles.
Colin Fennelly's brace of goals proved to be the deciding factor as the Cats reached their third final in a row.
Tipperary will be looking to take the Liam McCarthy trophy away from Brian Cody's men, but if there's an award for Ireland's bravest man then JOE reader Paddy Lyng would definitely be in contention.
He tells us that he's currently working on the refurbishment of Waterford Court Office and decided to have a little fun on the job after the semi-final win.
In his own words "both crane drivers are Waterford men so I put the Kilkenny flag in plain view of them this morning. I knew that if Kilkenny lost, I would have had had to take today off. Sadly the flag didn't stay up above the Court Office for long but it was all in a bit of banter and my Waterford colleagues took it well".
Take a look.