Owa Odighizuwa celebrates the touchdown of Landon Collins of the...

Owa Odighizuwa celebrates the touchdown of Landon Collins of the New York Giants against the Los Angeles Rams at Twickenham Stadium on October 23, 2016 in London, England. Credit: Getty Images / Warren Little

Hopefully, Owa Odighizuwa’s fake photo was a keeper, because it certainly cost enough real money.

The second-year defensive end was fined $12,154 for pretending to take a picture of Landon Collins in the end zone after Collins’ 44-yard interception return for a touchdown in the Giants’ win over the Rams last week in London.

He’s the second Giant this season to get fined by the league for miming a photo shoot. After Victor Cruz scored his touchdown in Week 1, Odell Beckham Jr. was fined for snapping a make-believe picture of it. Beckham also was fined $12,154.

The difference, of course, is that Beckham makes much more money than Odighizuwa, who earns roughly $30,000 per week. Take away taxes (plus international taxes for playing in London) and his agent’s fees, and Odighizuwa took quite a bath for his Kodak moment.

So what kind of actual camera could Odighizuwa have bought for 12 grand? Well, on eBay in 2013, there was a limited-edition 24-karat gold Nikon camera for sale for $12,000. And in June, Hasselblad launched a mirrorless camera for $12,000.

Instead, it cost Odighizuwa just as much for a fake camera.

And he doesn’t even own the negatives!

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