Suspended Canadian Senator Patrick Brazeau was the guest referee for a Great North Wrestling match this weekend between Hannibal "the Death Dealer" and Soa Amin in Ottawa.
Brazeau, a big wrestling fan, took his referee duties seriously. At the end of the match he told Hannibal that he'd broken the rules. Brazeau grabbed the champ's belt.
This of course caused Hannibal to turn on Brazeau, shocking anyone in the audience who had never watched wrestling before.
The Death Dealer lifted Brazeau and executed a piledriver, one of the most dangerous moves in wrestling.
Brazeau told the Ottawa Citizen afterwards the move wasn't planned.
Now, this would mean that a wrestler improvised crashing a Canadian Senator head first through a table, which just happened to be located next to the ring.
Here's a slow-mo look at Brazeau going through a table.
Brazeau has been in the squared circle before. In 2012 he faced off against Justin Trudeau in a charity boxing match. Brazeau came out of the gate throwing haymakers but Trudeau won the match soundly.
Brazeau was charged with assault and sexual assault stemming from an alleged domestic violence incident in 2013. He has pled not guilty. In February of 2013 the Senate voted to suspend Brazeau, as well as Senators Mike Duffy and Pamela Wallin. None of the three are currently drawing their salaries as a senator.