A fellow was out for a walk during today’s Free Practice 2 session for the Formula One Bahrain Grand Prix. Psst, buddy—I think you’re supposed to stay on the other side of that catch fence.

We’re not sure why this guy was on the wrong side of the fence, but we do know that he’s probably going to make the circuit photographers’ meeting even longer the next time they run through the dos and don’ts. It’s just like last year’s Singapore Grand Prix all over again.

I mean, the list of don’ts based on dumb stuff people do at the track is already pretty long:

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  • Get hit in the face with a tire
  • Catch on fire
  • Streak across an active race track
  • Review your photos in pit lane, then get hit by a car because you weren’t paying attention
  • Get in teams’ way
  • Maldonado your golf cart on the trackside access path
  • Pick fights with marshals
  • Climb inside the marshal stand and claim that mooning Nico Rosberg is “showing him the white flag”
  • Wear hilariously impractical 4" stilettos and eat it on an access path
  • Change the media center wifi name to “Poopsocks”
  • Block the access of emergency vehicles
  • Walk on the other side of the catch fence
  • Get hit in the face by a car on the other side of the catch fence
  • Get in emergency vehicles’ way because you got hit in the face with a car on the other side of the catch fence
  • No, really, stay behind the catch fence
  • We’re serious: stay behind the catch fence
  • Bruh, stay behind the catch fence unless you want a face full of car

...any questions?