WARNING: STRONG LANGUAGE
After going a decade without lifting the Calcutta Cup and having to endure a long spell of England dominance, it was finally time to party in Scotland following their Six Nations victory at Murrayfield.
Well, at least it was for stellar half-back pairing Finn Russell and Greig Laidlaw.
The Scotland duo were hilariously filmed singing the famous Flower of Scotland anthem in a bar with friends following their victory over the weekend.
Scotland earlier ended England's Grand Slam hopes by winning 25-13 for a first victory over its fierce rival in a decade.
Consigning England to only a second loss in 26 games under coach Eddie Jones, the Scots finally lived up to their hype by blowing away their neighbours in the first half and scoring three tries in the process — two of them by midfielder Huw Jones.
As the video begins, the viewer gets a glimpse into how the night is going for the pair, with Laidlaw sporting a tie around his head, several buttons undone and a bottle of champagne in hand.
Russell, who has managed to keep his jacket on, has his arm around his team-mate while they belt out the song at the top of their lungs.
Just before the camera pans away to friends, including two-try hero Jones, Laidlaw hilariously pulls his shirt open and sends buttons flying.
The whole bar is now singing in unison as they celebrate just hours after Scotland's famous Calcutta Cup victory.
Just before the video ends, we get one final shot of the intoxicated pair as Russell continues to cradle his merry team-mate.
Watch the video here: