Plan B professional skateboarder and Monster Energy top-seeder Aurelien Giraud and the crowd was disappointed with the 91.83 points on his eye-popping hardflip late flip gap down the massive four-stair hubba obstacle.
With all the technicality and overall performance of the 24-year-old pro skater, the judges only gave him second place, making Nyjah Huston the champion in this year's street skateboarding world Championships in Rome.
The crowd went bonkers after Giraud landed a clean hardflip late flip gap, which to everyone's surprise, he should've received the 1st place accolade.
Consequently, the camera pointed to the goofy-footed tech skateboarder, but it was a pure disappointment instead of a happy face.
On the other hand, Huston also shook his head when he discovered that Giraud only got a minuscule amount for the difficult trick.
Stream the entire broadcast below, and don't forget to share it on social media and ask your friends if Giraud got robbed.