Infuriated after losing the WWE Championship to Jinder Mahal, professional wrestler Randy Orton set fire to the Taj Mahal, mistakenly believing the Indian landmark to be the residence of his adversary.
Orton poured gasoline throughout the priceless ivory-white mausoleum — built in the 1600s by Shah Jahan as a tribute to his favorite wife — and started into a shaky, handheld camera while muttering the words “outta nowhere.”
The arson happened just weeks after Orton burned down the home of another adversary, Bray Wyatt — although in the case of the Wyatt Compound, the fire actually increased the property value.
Orton was reportedly unaware that the Taj Mahal is considered one of the Wonders of the World, alongside the Grand Canyon, Niagara Falls, Andre the Giant and Chyna.
Orton was swiftly arrested for the brazen act of destruction and thrown in jail, where he will soon have a rematch against Mahal in WWE’s first true Punjabi Prison match.