Prepare to read the most 'League of Ireland' story you'll see this year
Only in Ireland.
Sometimes people say 'only in Ireland', but they don't really mean it.
But when we say that something like this would only ever happen in the League of Ireland, we definitely do mean it.
Bohemians midfielder Keith Ward was doing a delivery to Dalymount on Tuesday morning for Grand Cru Beers, and ended up getting his van stuck in the Dalymount Lane.
As bad as that is, he then went on to lock his keys in the van...
What are the chances of @KWard102 not only getting stuck in dalymount lane but locking his keys in the van while delivering to @bfcdublin this morning #greatestleagueintheworld pic.twitter.com/nLk4NQbaoF
— Bodge (@bodgek) July 24, 2018
He has naturally got a bit of stick for his mistakes from rival fans for his dodgy parking job, in a place that he should know fairly well at this stage...
Ward has since taken to Twitter with a powerful, emotional message to his haters after his little mishap this morning.
— Keith Ward (@KWard102) July 24, 2018
Ward posted online saying: "To those who take joy in seeing other people fail or suffer, I feel for you. Whatever it is that's happening in your life to hold this much anger and hate, I pray that it passes and good things come to you".
And in case you think those words look slightly familiar, that would be because they are.
This was the exact message that Loris Karius posted on his Instagram story following his howler against Borussia Dortmund this weekend.
Gas stuff altogether.
Greatest league in the world is dead right.