Luton Town mascot Happy Harry mercilessly ruined a Queens Park Rangers fan with a series of brutal gestures into the away end at Kenilworth Road.
The Hatters mascot was filmed mocking one QPR supporter in the crowd during the warm-up ahead of Sunday's clash between the two Championship play-off hopefuls.
Harry could be seen making fun of the supporter's weight and size as he made a belly gesture towards the away fans from the side of the pitch.
They were also seen ssshing the away fans once they started jeering back, with fellow Luton mascot Happy Hatty also seen joining in with the antics.
The QPR fan on the end of the trolling attempted to fire back at the mascots whilst a friend stood next to them struggled to contain their amusement.
Happy Harry was also spotted imitating the drinking of pints and eating as he continued his back and forth with the opposition fans.
The infamous Luton mascot is a smiling man wearing a straw boater, in reference to the club's nickname, the Hatters, which comes from the town's links to the hat making trade.
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Harry has been joined in his pre-match activities by his 'sister' Hatty since the start of the 2016/17 season, when the club were still in League Two.
It was the QPR fans who would have the last laugh on Sunday, though, as their side came from behind to secure a crucial 2-1 victory.
Former Stoke City striker Cameron Jerome put Luton in front during the first half before Andre Gray equalised from the penalty spot after the interval.
Centre-back Rob Dickie bagged the winner for Mark Warburton's side seven minutes from time to lift them into 4th place with 10 matches remaining.
Following the defeat, their first at home in the league this year, Luton are now in seventh, but are only outside the play-offs on goal difference.
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