Here's an odd story you might have missed last week from the English lower leagues.
It's from the Championship, the second tier of English football, and it has to do with one of football's favorite pastimes: swearing.
No way? Yes way.
From the Daily Mirror:
A livid Ollie went ballistic after Keith Southern was sent off in the 21st minute - upsetting a fan sat near his dug out.
The supporter complained and Holloway was ordered to tone down his swearing by a nearby copper and the fourth official.
He said: "I got spoken to by the police and I must apologise for that. You sometimes say things in the heat of battle that you shouldn't."
So what did Holloway say?
Normally one would assume he dropped the F-bomb, or at least the dreaded C-word.
But because of the day the match was played, this might be something else.
Since it was the day after Easter, the policeman and fourth official might have taken issue with some vulgar blasphemy.
Alas, the mystery will go on.
Holloway went on:
"Football is an emotional game. I always try to stay calm but sometimes you forget yourself and I apologise."
Holloway had a nightmare day as his promotion chasing side were held by strugglers Barnsley and he missed the Tykes 47th minute goal after being caught short.
He said: "Funnily enough I didn't even see their goal. I was just coming out of the toilet at half time.''
The toilet! Nothing like a bit of potty humor to liven your Tuesday, eh?