It seems not all of the London mayoral candidates were up for being good sports about Sadiq Khan's landslide win last night.
The candidates gathered on stage to hear the official announcement around midnight - but when Khan was declared the Mayor of London and stepped forward to make his victory speech, Britain First's Paul Golding turned his back away from the stage to face the wall in an apparent protest against the decision.
Khan used his speech to talk about his pride that "London has today chosen hope over fear and unity over division" - a notion that seems a bit lost on Golding and his reaction.
People on Twitter thought it was just plain rude.
The Britain First candidate turns his back on Sadiq Khan during his acceptance speech. How rude and disrespectful. pic.twitter.com/C6sblUDgU5
-- Insomniac (@andybcfc2013) May 7, 2016
What an arrogant and disrespectful being Paul Golding is. Sadiq woud not have done the same had Golding won the vote (God forbid).
-- Shane A. McCusker (@ShaneMcC_) May 7, 2016
Britain First's Paul Golding has turned his back whilst Sadiq speaks. London turned its back on you Paul. You're not welcome here. Leave.
-- Chris Ward (@christopherward) May 6, 2016
Though they used the opportunity to poke fun at him too, of course.
-- Joe Cox (@JosephLCox) May 7, 2016
Paul Golding is like that kid at school that got picked last for teams in PE and took it really badly
-- Hattie Blyth (@hattieblyth) May 7, 2016
-- Ahmed Bayram (@Alex_Fergusoned) May 7, 2016
Probably not quite the protest reaction he was hoping for.