Thousands of Manchester City fans will have already made the trip to Glasgow for tonight's Champions League clash with Celtic at Parkhead.
But one lad's had a proper mare. He's brought his passport with him, even though Scotland is part of the United Kingdom. Fair enough - could need it to get in the bars.
But what makes his fail even more ridiculous is that he's exchanged his money into Bank of Scotland notes, assuming it was a separate currency.
Here is the post he published on Facebook.
He also posted on Twitter, where someone informed him that he did not need his passport.
Scotland today to watch City, got the essentials :raised_hands: any news on local pubs for us travelling blues? :soccer: @BMRisingTV pic.twitter.com/f1jbDd5p77
- Dale Austin (@DaleAustin1) September 28, 2016
@DaleAustin1 @BMRisingTV why you need passport mate :slight_smile::slight_smile:
- Ashar (@asharahmed2902) September 28, 2016
@DaleAustin1 @BMRisingTV Passport to Scotland? I thought Scotland remain part of UK. Now that's new.
- Tawa Pos:tm: (@TawaPos) September 28, 2016
To be fair, it's better to be safe than sorry and all that.