Rioters smashing shops across the country aren't using the proper and accepted methods of rioting, according to the former Yorkshire and England opening batsman Geoffrey Boycott.
After analysing literally minutes of footage, he highlighted several mistakes he'd seen.
"Take this one, with a long stick smashing in the window of this Argos store. He's off-balance, using a stick that's badly weighted, he's not holding it right, his feet are all wrong and he's not keeping his head still. That's poor technique is that."
Stopping the tape after watching a hooded teenager throw a petrol bomb, Boycott was quick with his opinions again.
"Look, he's got the bottle in his hand, and he just throws it without looking to see where it'll land. The wicket keeper's got no chance of taking that on the bounce and they've lost the chance of a run out. Poor training, poor execution; that's just poor cricket all round."
But it's not just the technique of the rioters that the Greatest Living Yorkshireman's criticising. He's also attacking the ambition of those looting wrecked store.
"Look, if it were me, I'd be ignoring your Argos' and your Comets. I'd be looking for quality; Sony, Bang und Olufsen, Saville Row, none of this Primark crap. The choice of target shows a lack of ambition we've come to expect from England's rioters in recent years. Look back to the heyday of the 80s; rioters knew what they were doing, always a little tasty with the short-pitched rock or petrol bomb, and pretty handy with the odd machete."
"Now, they're more interested in cheap trackie bottoms from JD Sport. That's just letting this fine heritage of rioting down. They should be ashamed."