It's not often that a League Two match between Chesterfield and Cheltenham generates headlines.
In fact, before this weekend Early Doors had no idea that the two clubs were facing each other on Saturday. ED might never have known anything about the clash or Chesterfield's 2-0 win either, were it not for a cheeky scamp by the name of Gary Roberts.
The 29-year-old, playing in his debut for Chesterfield, was involved in a conversation with the referee and team-mate Marc Richards while Cheltenham's Russell Penn dawdled around in front of him as Roberts lined up a free-kick.
Or rather, tried to line up a free-kick. Penn did his best to waste time and get in his opponent's way - and Roberts, a former Ipswich and Swindon player, apparently got pretty sick of it. So much so, in fact, that he decided to take the only sensible course of action: pulling Penn's shorts down.
Penn, outraged, stood there and demanded that referee Mike Bull book Roberts. To his credit Bull told him to stop being so ridiculous (possibly only because it's impossible to take someone seriously when they're wearing only a shirt and a jock strap) and get on with it.
What more can we say, apart from the fact that the referee's name makes this a genuine cock and Bull story...