US Defence Secretary Donald Rumsfeld has won a "Foot in Mouth" award for one of his now legendary bizarre remarks.
Mr Rumsfeld won the prize for comments made at a news conference in February last year which left observers baffled.
"There are known knowns; there are things we know we know. We also know there are known unknowns," he said.
The British Plain English Campaign annually hands out the prize for the most nonsensical remark made by a public figure.
A spokesman for the organisation, which tries to ensure public information is delivered in a clear manner, said Mr Rumsfeld's remarks were typical of the kind of comments they were trying to prevent.
"We think we know what he means," he told Reuters news agency.
"But we don't know if we really know."
Mr Rumsfeld fought off stiff competition for the award from actor turned California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger among others.
Mr Schwarzenegger weighed in on the gay marriage debate with the comment "I think that gay marriage is something that should be between a man and a woman."