Browns' defensive enforcer, Myles Garrett, says that a man posing as a Cleveland fan punched him in the face.

"A 'fan' hopped out his car to take a picture with me and then punched me in my face," Garrett tweeted. "Hm, put your legs into it might have actually made me flinch." Garrett went on to explain that he was in his car when a fan caught his attention. This prompted him to crack his window open enough for the fan  to see his face. After he took the picture, he hit Garrett with a punch he describes as a "pillow tap."

Garrett continued to troll the assailant, noting that if he were to have defended himself, then he would have been on the wrong end of a lawsuit. 

According to Cleveland.com, police have identified the man who threw the punch as a 24-year-old Strongsville, Ohio resident. Police were able to identify the man by tracking down his license plate. So far, no charges have been filed.

A social media user took to Twitter to post alleged video of the aftermath.