|1.||molten metal punishment|
(adj.) to be ostracized into silence by one's peers because of a fatal error on your part.
The origins lay in the times molten metal was poured down the throat of those who were found guilty of treachery in England or Wales. This practise was unused by the Scots, and was abolished when King James IV of Scotland ascended the throne of England and created a united kingdom
I screwed up that pass and cost us the game, I've got molten metal punishment.