Jimmy Carr Photobombs Friends' Group Picture Without Them Knowing
It can be pretty bleedin' annoying when you and your friends all crowd together to take a nice group picture - one that you can cherish in decades - when some random idiot decides to pop up into the background and COMPLETELY RUIN IT.
That's exactly what happened to Sarah McCormick and her friends when they were out in Glasgow recently, having stopped on the street to take a group photo.
Sarah shared a short two-second clip on Twitter, showing the moment Carr walked over to invade their tender moment.
As the four of them huddled together and posed for a snap, unbeknownst to them the 8 Out of 10 Cats presenter had spotted what they were doing and rushed over, popping his head up from behind them as the picture was taken, his expression completely deadpan.
The friends also appeared to have no idea he was there, which makes the stunt even better.
"Not everyday Jimmy Carr ruins pic time," Sarah wrote on Twitter.
The tweet soon went viral, attracting more than 11,000 likes in less than a day.
Sarah told LADbible that the unexpected encounter happened on Bath Street ("I think") in Glasgow a little after midnight.
She said: "He just appeared it out of nowhere."
Sarah also tagged Jimmy Carr in the comments on Twitter to tell him a sarcastic 'Thanks man', but so far she's had no response from the comedian.
Over on Instagram, where Sarah also shared the short clip, the celebrity cameo seemed to garner just as much love.
One person commented: "Hahahahahaha wtf this is the best thing I've seen."
It just goes to show that not all photo-bombing can ruin a picture; sometimes it makes it - just like with these two amorous Golden Retrievers, which recently gave an extra edge to a family photo shoot.
Liam Bornovski, who lives in New York City, US, flew back to visit family in his hometown of Koror, Palau, and was excited to mark the occasion with a special photo with his loved ones to 'remember the good times'.
And remember them he shall, after inviting the two dogs into the snap to share the moment - only to find they had other ideas.
Thankfully, Liam saw the funny side, saying: "It's so nice to have captured such a funny moment. I'm definitely going to frame it and hang it up on the wall. It's the best family portrait we've ever taken.
"They're both really sweet dogs and we love them so much. It was just something funny that happened, we'll never forget it. Now we will have this hilarious photo to remember the moment forever. It's perfect."
Featured Image Credit: Twitter/@sarahmcc0rmick