The mother of Poland's first ever sextuplets has been offered season tickets for life by her local club to pay tribute to her achievement, fair play.
For many of us we'll never know what it's like to give birth, the lack of a uterus kind of rules it out for one, but from all accounts it's supposed to be pretty painful.
Jason Manford joked that being kicked in the balls must be more painful because no one who's ever gone through it has asked for it to happen again but in this comparison imagine being kicked in your nether regions six times in a row!
That was essentially what happened to one woman in Poland, I'd like to end this comparison now thanks, who became the first in the country to give birth to sextuplets.
University Hospital in the city of Krakow announced the news with Professor Ryzszard Lauterbach saying "This is the first birth of sextuplets in Poland and one of the few in the world."
The mother is 'very happy, smiling and involved' but she's about to be even happier with the news that Polish team KS Cracovia have offered her a free season ticket for life.
In a tweet the club said, "In a hospital in Krakow came to the world of a six-fold. This is the first such case in Poland We do not know who are the parents, but from us, you have lifetime passes to Cracovia. We keep our fingers crossed that everything is okay. Congratulations to the parents."
Good work by Cracovia, it's a nice way to get quite a few fans for the next few generations if it all works out.
It's not the first time the Polish have been brought to our attention either. The Europeans have a knack for some excellent celebrations:
Hopefully mum will take the kids to the football, or perhaps she'll use it as time to get away from her four daughters and two sons.
That's going to be one loud household!