Premier League referee Mike Dean is clearly a man of many talents and his latest exploit saw him play a part in a hole-in-one on the Ladies European Tour.
The cult figure is popular among football fans for his eccentric behaviour on the football pitch.
Videos of his apparent goal celebrations, ridiculous dummies and over-exuberant advantages regularly go viral on social media.
He’s also a massive Tranmere Rovers fan and was seen going nuts in the away end when they beat Forest Green Rovers to make the League Two play-off final.
Little did any of us know that in his spare time he is a caddie on the Ladies European Tour.
The 51-year-old was carrying the bag for Australian Whitney Hillier at the Estrella Damm Mediterranean Ladies Open this week.
Hillier hit a hole-in-one at the par three 17th to cue jubilant celebrations with Dean giving the golfer a hug before punching the air in delight.
Hillier made the cut for the weekend and had a share of eighth place going into the third round.
It was the first time Dean has carried the bag for the Australian.
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After her second round, she said: “We are really good friends and he asked if I wanted a caddie for the week and I said, ‘Why not?’ He’s a great guy and we’ve had a lot of fun.”
Dean’s next job will be to take charge of VAR for the Premier League clash between Manchester United vs Arsenal at Old Trafford on Monday.