If you know a lad called Cormac who lived it up in France during the Euro 2016 championship, it might be worth telling him he's wanted.
In a move which has sent Irish football fans reaching for every innuendo they can think of this week, a French girl called Rita posted a message to an Irish football fan Facebook page in search of a little assistance.
"I was hoping to have some help from the You Boys in Green supporters club in finding an Irish football fan called Cormac who I met here during the Euros this year," she began.
"I don't have any more information other than his first name and where we met, but I'm trying to contact him about an important matter."
Rita explains that she met Cormac at La Place du Change – a square in the Old Town where Irish fans gathered together on Saturday and Sunday evening during the Euros – at around 1am on June 27.
"We met while the crowd was singing "Don’t take me home”, which they continued to sing for at least 10 minutes. He had lost his friends."
While most people, including us, are jumping to conclusions, Rita is keen not to alarm poor Cormac, finishing: "He needn't worry, I just need to touch base with him about something."
"Someone left more than memories in France. Man up now, u have a little one the way," wrote one. (sic)
Referencing a Christy Moore classic which tells the story of a hapless Joxer in Stuttgart, another follower of the page wrote: "Time for Christy Moore to write another classic song – Cormac goes to Lyon"
Cormac, you on this?