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Proud Scot Capaldi, 24, made an appearance at an event held by sports podcast Open Goal today, where fans started singing to him as they drank on picnic benches.
"Get your t**s out, GEEEEET YOUR T**S OUT, GEEEEET YOUR T**S OUT FOR THE LADS," they chanted heartily. Stay classy, football fans.
Capaldi, who appeared Godlike from his raised platform, was of course more than happy to oblige - famously being a man of the people.
He teased the crowd by holding the bottom of his t-shirt as he encouraged them to accompany him with a vocal drumroll.
Capaldi then suddenly whipped his top up, exposing his belly and nipples - much to the delight of the revellers beneath him.
Posting the footage on Twitter, Open Goal wrote: "@LewisCapaldi getting the party going for #Scotland at Open Goal event."
Many people commented to say Capaldi's little stunt was 'class' and 'tremendous', with one writing: "What an absolute legend."
Another fan said: "I LOVE HIM SO MUCH."
A third added: "What a boy."
Another asked: "Why is everyone showing their bits today!!"
And they raise a fair point - as it seems as though the excitement has prompted many Scotland fans to strip off.
Then there was also a fully naked Scotland fan, who was seen being led away by police in Hyde Park yesterday (17 June).
Photos showed the man in his birthday suit - seemingly holding is kilt in one hand - as six Met Police officers frogmarched him away to be taken into police custody.
A Met Police spokesperson told LADbible: "On Thursday, 17 June, officers arrested a 25-year-old man for indecent exposure in Hyde Park. He was taken into police custody before being cautioned and released.
"On the same day another man - no further details - was arrested for the attempted theft of a police officer's hat, assault with intent of avoiding arrest and assault of emergency worker. He was taken to a south London police station where he currently remains.
"No further arrests."
Featured Image Credit: Twitter/Open Goal
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