There is a time and place for everything.
And when you’re filming on the side of a mountain and there are people below you, it is NOT the time to use a rock to scratch your butt.
“We were filming in Hawaii, and there were sacred rocks,” the actress told host Graham Norton while appearing on his show.
“You’re not supposed to sit on them.”
But of course, the 26-year-old did, and took it a little bit further, dislodging one of the rocks in the process.
"I however, was in a wetsuit... Oh, my god they were so good for butt itching," Lawrence said.
"One rock ... ended up coming loose.
"It was a giant boulder, it rolled down this mountain, and almost killed our sound guy."
Luckily, he was out of the way before the boulder landed and survived to become part of a talk-show anecdote.
The Oscar-winner was on The Graham Norton Show to promote her new film Passengers, a sci-fi flick about two travellers in suspended animation who wake up 90 years before they are supposed to.