Around 45 kilted Scots were stuck by the side of the motorway on their way to the Six Nations opener after a tyre burst on their coach.
After an hour of waiting, members of a Scottish rugby club started hitch-hiking on the side of the M4.
Luckily for the Linlithgow RFC players, Welsh rugby fans stopped to take them to the Wales v Scotland match.
Some drivers took several loads of the men into Cardiff city centre.
Faaiza Bashir, 32, says she picked up four of the men on her journey from Bridgend to Cardiff.
Linlithgow RFC say they have been making the 800-mile round trip to Wales for the past 42 years.
Sadly for the team, this time Wales thrashed Scotland with a 34-7 win.