Listening to football while driving increases the risk of crashing, experts warn.
Fans who tuned into matches while in a driving simulator accelerated, overtook, tailgated and changed lanes at key points in the game.
Professor Michael J Pont, of the University of Leicester, said: 'It is widely accepted the distraction of talking on a mobile phone may lead to accidents, but other activities may have a similar impact.
'Football fans should ask someone else to drive during important games.'
So, expect car radios to become illegal in years to come. Because you can't trust a driver to do anything without legal guidance.
Tip of the clown wig to Donal.