A fan of the German national soccer team's joy turned to disbelief following last Sunday's World Cup final.
He says he and his brother were given a massive fines while taking part in the post-game celebrations.
The 35 year old man - who asked that CJAD not mention his name - says he and his brother were jubilantly celebrating the World Cup final like hundreds of others when a police officer pulled them over and issued each of them a $1,260 fine each for car-surfing.
The man said the officer greatly exaggerated the nature of the offences.
"My brother was just leaning out the car, it was not unsafe or anything like that," he said. He says he was driving around 30 km/h.
He admits his brother wasn't wearing his seatbelt at the time but denies he was car-surfing.
He describes the officer as rude and aggressive.
"Maybe he was an Argentina fan or something, I don't know," he says, laughing. "But this guy was really frustrated."
He says he will contest the ticket.