Gregor Townsend spoke of what a huge achievement it would be for Ireland to win a Grand Slam next weekend at Twickenham but the Scotland coach was then interrupted by some unusual music.
Ireland beat Scotland 28-8 in Dublin, and clinched the 2018 NatWest 6 Nations title later in the day when England were beaten in Paris.
And Scotland coach Townsend paid tribute to the Irish efforts so far in the 2018 Championship before the music cut in, to much hilarity from the gathered media.
Townsend said: “It would be huge (for Ireland to win the Grand Slam). We know that away games and homes are something that are hard to do. Ireland managed to get an away win against France in the 82nd minute.
“Winning at Twickenham would be a huge achievement. To do it on the back of four games in a row would be fantastic. There have not been too many Grand Slams in Ireland, like Scotland over the last 100 years so it would be a huge achievement for Irish rugby.”