Fallon Sherrock, one of only two women to make it into the 96-player PDC World Darts Championship in London, has made history by winning her first round tussle - with a man.
There was more to it than that, though.
Sherrock, 25, and a bit of a dish, if you ask me, clobbered Ted Evetts over the head with the proverbial rolling pin, as his complacency got the better of him, and he decided to take some refreshment.
Sherrock started the match in nervous fashion, missing the board with her first two darts - one of which hit a picture frame on the wall - before scoring 3 with her third dart.
Her opponent was as pissed as a fart, and didn't trouble the scorers.
Fallon's next trio of arrows were all controversial. One flew askew of the board, and became entangled in a young girl's hair. The next landed in some bloke's beer, and was cheered as loudly as it would have been had it been a 'double-16' finish. The last stuck in the board, even though it subsequently fell out and landed on some woman's foot. An altercation took place with expletives thrown about liberally.
Meanwhile, Evetts slept.
Sherrock was starting to get into her stride, and took off her cardigan, revealing a rather curvaceous figure, which had some of the men standing close to the board whooping with delight. One of them later swore he saw a brastrap.
She launched her next dart at the board so hard, that it nearly stuck in, and she then scored 13 with her next two darts.
After this, and with the crowd exploding with laughter, Fallon went for a wee.
When she returned, her opponent had slid onto the floor, and took no further part in the contest, and Fallon was 'all smiles' as she progressed to the second round.
Later, she and her friends had half a lager, then danced around their handbags.