You'd think that Sacha Baron Cohen, also known as Borat, Brüno, and Ali G among his pseudonyms, has pulled every prank there is to pull. You'd think that becoming so recognizable would make it impossible for him to pull one over on people anymore. But you'd be wrong.

As Salma Hayek is introducing the British funny man at the Britannia Awards, she is joined on stage by an elderly, wheelchair bound woman, who she identifies as "Grace Cullington, the oldest surviving actor to have worked with [Charlie] Chaplin in a silent movie."

When Baron Cohen steps on stage to accept the award, Cullington presents him with a cane that she says is Charlie Chaplin's actual cane from his silent classic, "City Lights".

This is the point where things start to look like they're going very wrong. Watch what happens next: