Phillies closer Jonathan Papelbon was tasked Sunday with holding a 4-1 lead against the Marlins, and he failed, blowing the save. He'd give up four runs on four hits and a walk in his one inning of work, leading to a 5-4 Phillies loss.

After the inning, Papelbon was ejected by umpire Joe West, and it appears it was due to his action toward the Philadelphia crowd, which was booing Papelbon as he walked off the mound.

Some Zapruder-like footage is floating around the Internet, but all of it pretty well shows Mr. Papelbon grabbing his crotch, presumably in response to the boos.

Here's a Vine:

Here's a GIF, from @CorkGaines:

Papelbon, 33, is actually having a good season. He has 37 saves in 41 tries with a 2.10 ERA and 61 strikeouts in 64 1/3 innings.

Of course, he's also made no secret he wanted to be traded to a contender this season and has said he didn't "come here for this," in discussing playing for a non-contender. The best guess is his act with Phillies fans has worn thin, considering his four-year, $50 million deal.

Related: Can Joe West be that forceful in getting a player away from him?

UPDATE: OK, this is pretty hilarious ...