As arguably the greatest tennis player of all time, Roger Federer has no shortage of fans requesting pictures.
But the tennis ace got more than he bargained for when one woman approached him for a photograph on Monday, only to reveal she had seemingly forgotten to put any bottoms on.
The blonde woman stumbled upon the sports star on Miami Beach while he was enjoying a well-deserved day off.
Forgotten something? Roger Federer (centre, standing) was approached for a picture by a woman who had seemingly forgotten her bottoms at Miami Beach on Monday
She and a male friend approached the Swiss athlete, currently ranked the 6th best tennis player in the world, and engaged him in conversation.
Roger, 35, happily agreed to pose for a picture with his fan, apparently oblivious to the fact that while she wore a crochet cover-up her rear was on full display.
The woman, who had pulled her tresses into a high bun and sported mirrored sunglasses, appeared completely comfortable despite her lack of bottoms.
Say cheese! The handsome athlete grinned as the woman's male friend took a picture
Hanging out: The fan did not appear at all self conscious despite her rear being on full display
It is perhaps unsurprising that the winner of 18 Grand Slam titles was in such an amenable mood.
Roger is currently enjoying a return to the top of men's tennis at the respectively late age of 35.
On Sunday the star beat Stanislas Wawrinka in the final of Indian Wells in California in a match that lasted just 80 minutes.
The incredible sportsmen dropped no sets during the Master Series tournament which is well known in the world of professional tennis.
Roger Federer reveals his kids wanted to stay longer in Australia
The win comes after he achieved the remarkable feat of beating his old rival Rafael Nadal in the Australian Open in January.
In an interview with GQ magazine, the star, who has four children with wife Mirka, revealed that he is in no rush to retire from his stellar tennis career.
'Let's say I have a tournament,' he said. 'I ask myself, how happy am I to be leaving home? Because it'd be so nice to stay.
'So am I happy to pack my bags, and walk out the door, and put them in the car, and get in the car, look to the house and say, "Okay, let's do this" - am I happy in that moment?
'I'm still happy to keep moving,' the champion confirmed.