A lesson in how to ensure a swift departure from your club, by former Dutch footballer Johan Neeskens.
Barcelona sold the midfielder in 1979 for a rather peculiar reason, according to a new book, Barca Inedit (via the Mirror).
Apparently Neeskens, who was capped 49 times by his country, was shipped out by Jose Luis Nunez after refusing to pass the then-Barcelona president toilet paper when he most needed it at the Estadio Jose Rico Perez in Alicante.
Neeskens, a former Ajax player, spent five years at the Camp Nou and was a fan favourite, but that didn't stop Nunez saying he would sell him at the next opportunity, a promise he kept when the New York Cosmos came calling soon afterward.
The 64-year-old returned to Barcelona as an assistant manager in 2006 under Frank Rijkaard, but he was sacked along with his compatriot at the end of the 2007/08 season.
Barcelona fans might be thankful the likes of Leo Messi, Neymar and Luis Suarez aren't pranking Josep Maria Bartomeu in quite the same way these days.