UFC star Paddy 'The Baddy' Pimblett gave an unsuspecting woman the shock of her life when he appeared on her video doorbell to apologise for his dog's "sloppy s***".
The 27-year-old politely rung the doorbell to notify the resident that his dog had defecated outside the house, leaving something of a mess.
He was reassured by the woman that she would clean it up when she arrived home having not been in at the time of the unfortunate incident.
"Alright love, it's just that my dog has done a sloppy s*** outside, I was just wondering if you've got some water, I don't want to leave it outside your front path," he said.
Cutting him off, the stunned woman asked: "Is that Paddy the Baddy?!" Before telling him: "I'm five minutes away from home, don't worry, I'll clean it."
Pimblett replied: "Are you sure? I feel terrible, you know what I mean? It's just he's done a sloppy s*** and I can't even pick it up with a poo bag, you know what I mean?"
The woman again reassured him she would clean up the mess when she returned home, before Pimblett signed off: "Ta, thank you very much once again. I'm sorry about that, I hate doing stuff like that, that's why I knocked on."
Sharing the clip on his Instagram page, Pimblett posted: "Told yas on the vlog I hate it when ppl don’t clean up there dog. I’m a man of my word ppl told yas this!!"
Wayne Rooney was among those to like the post, while Liverpudlian musician Jamie Webster commented: "This is one of the best things I've ever seen."
Pimblett rose to fame after signing for the UFC in 2021, clocking up three wins since penning his deal with the MMA promotion.
He has gained popularity through his friendship with fellow Scouse UFC star 'Meatball' Molly McCann, his advocacy for mental health awareness and notoriously ballooning in weight between bouts.
Following victories over Luigi Vendramini, Rodrigo Vargas and Jordan Leavitt, Pimblett is next scheduled to face Jared Gordon inside the Octagon at UFC 282 on December 10.