The kitchen sink is the only thing Mayo didn't throw at Dublin in their pursuit of All Ireland glory.
As Dean Rock took the free to win the All Ireland SFC final a GPS tracker was flung at Dublin sharpshooter by Lee Keegan.
The Mayo back looks set to escape punishment for throwing the item in the path of the Ballymun man.
The GAA's Central Competition Controls Committee are expected to look into an incident between Eoghan O'Gara and Colm Boyle in the first-half of Sunday's Final.
It appeared that O'Gara's hand came in contact with Boyle's eye in the tussle. Keegan's attempt to put Rock off is not expected to be looked at further.
Despite widespread condemnation of the unsporting act by social media users, Rock was unfazed:
“I didn’t notice anything at the time or anything so it’s irrelevant really,” The Ballymun sharp shooter told OffTheBall.com’s Oisin Langan.
“You get the bit of verbals when you’re kicking free-kicks and that’s all natural.
“I was just concentrated on my own strike and the execution of my kick and once I did that I knew the ball would go over the bar.
“You just take it in your stride. As I said, it’s irrelevant so there’s no major issue with it.”
Philly McMahon laughed the incident off in an interview with 98FM: "The must have loads of money to be throwing GPS units away or else they're cheap ones because we wouldn't be throwing ours away. We know how much they're worth.
"I wouldn't think too negatively about it, it what he's tried to do so his team could win the game, fortunately it didn't work and Dean kicked it over."