Some people don't take losing lightly.
A professional bodybuilder, Giannis Magos, recently demonstrated this when he threw an all-out temper tantrum at the 2016 IFBB Diamond Cup in Greece.
Apparently, Magos won the 100 kg division of the international championship, and therefore thought he would also take home the title of the 2016 IFBB Diamond Cup championship.
After Magos fell short of first place, he did the only logical thing that anyone in his position would do:
The bodybuilder slapped one of the judges, flipped over the tables and reportedly pulled out his penis.
Yep, Magos may not have won the competition, but this dude definitely stole the show.
While, I'm not sure whether this bodybuilder has a bad case of roid rage or is just a really, really bad loser, I can tell you one thing...
...I feel pretty bad for that judge because seeing a real-life version of the Hulk come charging at you is probably scary enough you shit your pants out of sheer terror.
Like all great outbursts, this next-level man-fit was caught on camera, and, in the video, you can see that all it takes is one slap from this big, muscled maniac to send the poor judge, Armando Marquez, flying onto the floor.
Unfortunately, footage doesn't show Mago's supposed grand finale.
According to reports, Mago proceeded to show off his strength by flipping tables, then ended his angry encore by proudly displaying his dong in front of the International Federation of Bodybuilding and Fitness president, Dr. Rafael Santonja.
It didn't take long for this video to appear on the bodybuilding news website Evolution of Bodybuilding, and now Magos is being slammed for his totally inappropriate tantrum.
The website condemned the athlete's actions, stating,
There is no place for the actions that followed in any sport and especially in bodybuilding. Armando is a true gentleman to the sport of bodybuilding and is one of the hardest workers in the organization. The competitor that was involved in the incident should get the harshest penalty that the IFBB can give. Every competitor should accept any result. If they have a problem, they should consult with the judges or officials afterwards in a professional matter.
So yeah, I think it's safe to assume that this bad-tempered bodybuilder probably won't be invited back to this competition next year.