Leicestershire endured a disastrous start to the defence of their Friends Life t20 title, suffering a six-wicket defeat at the hands of Nottinghamshire.
Put into bat at Grace Road by visiting skipper Adam Voges, the Foxes folded to 96 all out in 17.3 overs, their lowest ever total in the shortest form of the game.
Steven Mullaney was the main man with the ball for the Outlaws, the former Lancashire all-rounder picking up impressive figures of 4-19.
After Darren Pattinson (3-21) had struck two early blows to leave Leicestershire at 26-2, Mullaney decimated the home side with his clever variety of slower deliveries on a pitch offering a bit of help to the bowlers.
Ramnaresh Sarwan - who was one of two home batsmen to go caught and bowled - and Wayne White were joint top-scorers with 13, the latter managing the solitary six of the innings before falling lbw to Samit Patel.
Ned Eckersley was left unbeaten on 11 as Voges claimed the last two wickets in the space of three deliveries, meaning the Foxes had not even come close to batting out their full complement.
Nottinghamshire's run chase wasn't plain sailing at first, Matthew Hoggard removing Alex Hales and Rikki Wessels inside the opening five overs.
However Michael Lumb - who finished up unbeaten on 25 from 32 deliveries - and Voges (21) steadied the ship in pursuit of such a minimal target.
Samit Patel hit three boundaries in one Claude Henderson over to rush the away county towards the finishing line, though the bowler did have his revenge when he had the England international caught at long-off for 17.
The wicket allowed ex-Leicestershire batsman James Taylor to come in and show his old employers what they are missing, rushing Nottinghamshire to victory by hitting four of the six deliveries he faced to the fence.