It's not every day a politician wins a prize for their poetry writing.
But The Spectator magazine has declared a limerick by ex-London mayor Boris Johnson the winner of the £1,000 top prize in its President Erdogan Offensive Poetry Competition.
And his winning verse is about the Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan having, erm, sexual relations with a goat...
Hang on, how did this poem come about?
Well, the competition was launched after Erdogan controversially persuaded Angela Merkel to order an investigation of a German comedian for broadcasting a dirty ditty about him.
In the end, Erdogan was granted an injunction against Jan Boehermann repeating most of the verse.
Johnson - whose great-grandfather was Turkish - has been highly critical of what he called "an outrageous infringement of free speech ...that smacked of some of the darkest moments in Germany's 20th century history".
He was challenged to come up with an entry for the contest during an interview for the Swiss weekly Die Weltwoche. So he went with a limerick that referenced the original's theme of sexual relations with goats, of course...
"If somebody wants to make a joke about the love that flowers between the Turkish president and a goat, he should be able to do so, in any European country, including Turkey," Johnson told the magazine.
So, are you ready to read the winning verse? Here it is:
There was a young fellow from Ankara,
Who was a terrific w**kerer,
Till he sowed his wild oats,
With the help of a goat,
But he didn't even stop to thankera.
Apparently Johnson was surprised the poem was formally entered to the contest but not embarrassed - he believes it's important that the free speech issue continues to be aired.
Now we're all just left wondering what he will do with his prize money...