A Nigerian separatist in detention on treason charges has been allowed by a judge to watch the matches of his favourite team, Liverpool, on TV.
Nnamdi Kanu, who denies the charges, leads the banned Indigenous People of Biafra (Ipob) group.
In detention since last year, his privileges have not extended to watching whole football matches live.
But thanks to the judge, a fellow Liverpool fan, Mr Kanu can now view the climax to a possibly historic season.
Having already bagged the Carabao Cup and the FA Cup, Liverpool are just two matches away from winning the English Premier League title and the European Champions League.
Bizarrely, the change in fortunes for Mr Kanu did not come at his request and resulted from the discovery that Mr Kanu, his lawyer and the judge were all Liverpool fans.