This is the moment a brazen street salesman makes a spectacular Dele Alli-style dive after deliberately walking into a car.
Footage shows the man, who sells tofu, striding down the middle of the road in the Philippines carrying two large metal buckets.
As a car approach, he purposefully walks into it before hurling himself to the ground in the hope of making a fraudulent injury claim.
He then rolls across the tarmac with a dramatic flourish.
The comical display, reminiscent of footballers who nosedive when trying to earn a penalty, was captured on the dashcam of a car parked up nearby.
Writhing around pretending to be in pain, the silken tofu seller then shuffles out of the road while holding his leg in the air on December 30 last year.
Seemingly fed up of trying to reach the pavement using just his hands and one foot, he clambers to his feet to take the last few steps.
When he sits down, he appears to be nursing his other leg.
This is the moment a brazen tofu salesman makes a spectacular nosedive after deliberately walking into a car
After striding down the middle of the road in the Philippines carrying two large metal buckets, he barges into a moving car coming towards him
His buckets are hurled through the air as he puts on a dramatic display for shocked onlookers
Concerned passersby stop to see if the man is okay and the driver of the car he contacted pulls in with his hazard lights on.
Two men get out and walk towards the tofu seller and the driver pics up the lid of one of his metal buckets
The bemusing video ends with the driver seemingly offering his hand to the man to help him up.
It is not clear whether he received any money as compensation for the incident.
He then collapses onto the tarmac in a heap as the car he bumped into slowly crawls past
Writhing around pretending to be in pain, he flails his limbs and rolls over three times
After lying on his back for a second, he gingerly shuffles towards the pavement with his leg in the air
Concerned passersby stop to see if the man is okay and the driver of the car he bumped into pulls in with his hazard lights on