He might have been having a day off, but it seems that comedian Will Ferrell just can't resist getting a cheap laugh.
Instead of kicking back and relaxing at the Lakers game in Los Angeles on Tuesday, he decided to dress up as a Staples Centre security guard - and gave the audience something to remember by wearing a 'Ted Vagina' name badge.
Dressed in a red jacket and tie, and sporting a bushy Anchorman-style moustache, the funnyman singled out former NBA star Shaquille O'Neal, making him get up before escorting him out of the building.
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Getting his kicks: Will Ferrell gets into character as 'Ted Vagina' as he dresses up as a security guard during Tuesday's Lakers game in LA
Comfortable in character: The actor wore the full uniform, consisting of black trousers and a red jacket
Making sure all eyes were on him before the game started, the funnyman stood in front of the crowd wearing the same uniform as the rest of the security team.
Clearly getting his kicks by surprising the star-studded crowd, Will then proceeded to stand facing everyone, just as the real security team were doing all over the court.
Getting completely into character, the Anchorman star kept a straight face as he scouted the crowd, looking stern, before locking eyes with the 7ft1in retired sportsman.
Eyeing the crowd: The comedian, who surprised the audience with his impromptu comedy routine, looked stern as he caught Shaquille O'Neal's eye
Escorting him out: Will forces the 7ft1in former NBA star out of the Staples Centre as part of his security guard act
Seeing a comedic situation in the making, Will demanded that Shaquille get up out of his seat and put his hands behind his back before marching him out of the stadium.
Being a good sport, the star played along, accompanying the funnyman out of the building with the hint of a smile on his face.
The 45-year-old then became involved in the game, removing his jacket and tucking into a tasty snack as he leaned forward, engrossed in what was going on in front of him.