Last year, Johnny Depp's two Yorkshire terriers, Pistol and Boo, found themselves at the center of a controversy when Depp and his wife Amber Heard failed to declare them upon entry to Australia. Heard pleaded guilty to "knowingly producing a false or misleading document" — her Incoming Passenger Card — but the two charges of dog-smuggling (one for Pistol, one for Boo) were dropped in an Australian court on Monday.
But Depp and Heard didn't get off so lightly. Cross Oz officials and they will make you pay — namely, by saying nice things about them on video in the most bizarre recorded apology ever.
"Australia is a wonderful island," mutters Heard, unconvincingly. "With a treasure trove of unique plants, animals and people.
"It has to be protected," added Depp, in his most convincing performance in years.
Watch the full mea culpa below: