Sacha Baron Cohen killed it, at the Brittania Awards in Los Angeles, Saturday, November 9th. Well he didn't kill it, he killed Grace Culligan who appeard in Charlie Chaplin's "City Lights" in 1931, or at least that's what the audience thought!

Grace Culligan presented Sacha Baron Cohen with Charlie Chaplin's cane, and Sacha started walking around with it, until the cane broke and he fell into Grace Culligan pushing her off stage.

Sacha Baron Cohen in his acceptance speech said: "Grace Cullington is the oldest, no, sorry, was the oldest surviving (Chaplin co-star). I dedicate my award to her," the actor said as the woman was carried out of the room. "This is obviously a tragedy. She has upstaged me. But on the bright side, what a great way to go, giving an award to me. Thus, she'll probably make the Oscars' In Memoriam segment."