What a photo!
That, my friends, is what it looks like to be struck by a blast of superheated plasma seeking to electrically ground itself (otherwise known as "lightning").
Three British teens – who are all siblings! – were on a bike ride on the south side of London when they stopped for a restroom break.
Rachel, Isobel, and Andrew Jobson decided to pose for a picture before continuing.
A second later, things went SERIOUSLY wrong.
If you're wondering, yes, it hurt. A lot.
The trio had stopped for a bathroom break while cycling to see their aunt when they first snapped a selfie of them smiling.
"We then wanted a sad picture in the rain," Isobel, 23, told the news outlet.
"All of a sudden I was on the ground and couldn't hear anything apart from this high-pitched buzzing," she said.
Rachel said she suffered burns to her thigh and her stomach, and temporarily lost feeling in her arm.
"I was on the ground. I felt disjointed. My sister and I were screaming," said Rachel.
All three were taken to the hospital, but released in good condition a few hours later.
As for what attracted the lightning, the siblings believe it may have been the titanium plate Isobel had put in her arm after a bicycle crash last year.
"My sister's arm was very hot, because of the plate. Everyone was amazed at what had happened to us," Rachel told the outlet.