A disgruntled Bournemouth fan could be facing a ban after he threw a pie onto the pitch during the Cherries' Carabao Cup clash with Chelsea in December.
Adam Cox, from Christchurch in Dorset, launched the pie in anger during Bournemouth's 1-0 defeat to the Blues at Stamford Bridge, where Eden Hazard scored the only goal of the game in the 86th minute.
Cox was convicted in his absence of one count of throwing a missile on to a football playing area and could now face a football banning order.
The Cherries fan served a three-year football banning order back in 2012 for a similar offence - it appears he hasn't learnt his lesson.
The defendant was spotted throwing the pie shortly after kick-off by Chelsea steward Dominic Agbo. Cox was seated in the 'Shed End', used to house the Bournemouth fans for December's Carabao Cup tie. It is not known whether the pie hit anyone.
Agbo said in his written witness statement:
“The football match was a sell-out, with approximately 40,000 supporters present. At around 8.05pm, I was posted to the South Stand upper, behind the goal.
“I saw the Bournemouth fan throw something [on to the pitch] between the corner flag and the goal. CCTV was reviewed and security saw the male.”