Referee Calum Murray, who officiated at the Celtic-Motherwell Scottish Cup Final at Hampden on Saturday, is hanging up his whistle and starting a new career in Pakistan.
Murray, who missed 2 blatant hand balls in the final, is to become the new head of the ISI, Pakistan's Secret Service which failed to notice that Osama Bin Laden and his family were staying next to a military compound in Abbotabad.
Ahmad Shuja Pasha, ISI chief, made the announcement yesterday :
"We are delighted to welcome Calum Murray to our service.
"We feel that, with Mr Murray's record and in particular after his performance at Hampden on Saturday, he is the ideal person to run our intelligence agency.
"I'm sure he'll have no problem maintaining our current level of performance ".
Had Murray not accepted the position, its widely rumoured that Stevie Wonder would have filled the vacancy.