Apparently Novak Djokovic wants the Victorian government to let him and his mates into Melbourne. And then do whatever they want while they quarantine.
I mean sure, the world No.1 is an expert on the coronavirus.
He's an expert at catching it. He's an expert at spreading it. And he's an expert at organising super-spreading parties that masquerade as tennis tournaments.
But whether that's the sort of person Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews should be listening to is another matter.
I mean, they've just come out of a hardcore lockdown that's decimated people's livelihoods and their economy. They're only just having their borders re-open to the rest of the country.
Letting a bunch of party animals run around Melbourne with their white shirts off downing Jagerbombs probably isn't the best way for Victorians to keep their new-found freedom.
Especially given the timely reminder the northern Adelaide cluster has just given us.
But apparently the ideas Djokovic is sprouting is also what Tennis Australia wants.
Don't just take my word for it, listen to the Djoker himself.
"I hope that there is going to be support and understanding from the Victorian and Australian government for the players and for Tennis Australia and that they will allow players to compete in the second week of quarantine," he said on Wednesday.
So while ordinary Australians that come home have to spend their two weeks' quarantine locked in a hotel room with nothing but four walls and a television to stare at, the Djoker and Tennis Australia think they're above that.
They want tennis players to leave the hotel and jump in an Uber and go to the courts for a hit.
But given that could endanger Aussie Uber drivers, it might be safer if the players simply jog or walk there.
Oh hang on, there goes the No.70 tram and I'm feeling a bit tired - I think I'm coming down with something - so I'll just jump on that down to the courts.
That seems like a nice restaurant, maybe I'll drop in there for a bite to eat on the way home.
But after that I'll be straight back into quarantine. I promise. It'll be like I never left.
I mean, you can trust these tennis players after all. Alexander Zverev proved that when he promised to quarantine all those months ago. It's just he happened to do his quarantine at a bar.
(He was wearing white thought, which is the safest colour of all - that's why doctors and nurses wear it. And tennis players!)
You see, it'll be fine.
Just like it's fine for Tennis Australia to take away our Canberra International and play it in Victoria.
That might sound like complete and utter madness when you first hear it. Given Canberra hasn't had any coronavirus for months. While Victoria, until a few weeks ago, was crawling with the stuff.
But you're not seeing the bigger picture. Unprecedented times and all that.
You know, the one where the Djoker and his mates are doing "quarantine" in Victoria. While they play tournaments nearby.
Sure it would've been nice to have some top-level tennis to watch given the year we've had. Given we lost last year's tournament due to the toxic, smoke-filled air from all the bushfires raging around us.
But then again, do we really want the Djoker's mates in town? Super-spreading and the like. Maybe they are better off in Victoria.