In Harry Potter, Quidditch matches involve Chasers attempting to score 10 points at a time by throwing the Quaffle through one of the three hoops at the appropriate end of the Quidditch pitch.
Said three hoops appear to be quite large... large enough for a human to fly through:
Is it legal for a Chaser to score by holding the Quaffle and flying through the hoop themselves? Or is there some rule that stipulates scoring must be done otherwise?
Understandably it would be difficult due to the opposing Keeper, any Bludgers flying around nearby, and necessary angle of attack (on top of flying at relatively high speeds), but there's no shortage of similarly outlandish plays throughout Quidditch history and the Harry Potter novels/movies, so I'm a bit surprised that such a scoring method isn't shown or at least attempted to date.