Kei Kamara has proved that he is not a man to shy away in the face of injustice.
The New England Revolution striker recently received a $1,250 fine from MLS for the heinous crime of wearing a pair of support socks that aren't included on the league's strict list of approved kit.
Kamara attempted to appeal the fine through official channels only to reach a dead end, so instead he took to Twitter to voice his frustration -- and he came fully armed with print-outs, doctors' notes and other various props.
Explaining his predicament in the video, Kamara claims MLS chose to fine him for wearing non-mandatory socks because he is a "high-profile player."
He then points out that two other similarly prominent USMNT players -- Michael Bradley and Jozy Altidore -- have also been seen wearing the exact same brand of socks in multiple games so far this season without being fined.
Thank you Kei, if only for shining a light on the ridiculous red tape that professional players are forced to face in the name of overzealous league protocol.