Scotland Fan With Nothing On Under Kilt Does The Worm On London Tube
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Passengers on a London tube were given the unexpected 'treat' of a Scotland football fan performing the worm, wearing a traditional Scottish kilt and... well, very little else. Watch the video below to see the moment that this man does the worm and, indeed, shows the worm:
As thousands of Scots hit London ahead of tonight's crucial Euro 2020 match between England and Scotland, some Londoners are seeing rather more of the Auld Enemy than they might have been anticipating.
This particular clip shows one passenger quite noticeably flinching as they see the chanting Scottish fan doing the worm in the middle of the carriage.
He certainly leaves little to the imagination as his kilt rises up to reveal everything underneath, while his friends cheer in encouragement.
He's far from the only one either, with plenty of Scots descending on the capital also opting to wear the kilt in the traditional way - that is, with no underwear.
In Hyde Park, The Daily Mail reports that one man removed his kilt entirely to be completely nude. He was escorted away by police officers.
As many as 20,000 ticketless Scottish fans are in London ahead of tonight's match, with some seen chanting 'we hate f***ing England' as they jumped into the William Shakespeare fountain in Leicester Square.
There've been more serious incidents too, however, not least the fan who walked into the path of a passing motorcyclist sending both him and the poor driver flying.
The fan apparently escaped serious injury, and a pal posted a picture of him some time later, sprawled across a bed while still wearing his Scotland shirt.
Such has been the swell of fans travelling, despite Scotland fans being offered just 2,600 tickets for Wembley as part of social distancing restrictions, that the Met Police have moved to put out a Section 35 Disposal Order until 3pm tomorrow.
It allows forces to exclude someone from a certain area for 48 hours with the approval of an Inspector.
A Metropolitan Police spokesman tweeted last night: "Due to the high profile UEFA EURO Football match between England & Scotland on Friday 18th June at 8pm and the anticipated anti-social behaviour this may bring, a section 35 dispersal authority has been implemented."
They added: "This has been authorised by Inspector Dodds from 1500 hours 17/06/21 till 1500 hours 19/06/21 in the West End area in an attempt to reduce the likelihood of members of the public being caused alarm harassment and distress and the occurrence of criminality in the local area."
The England v Scotland game tonight kicks off at 8pm - it's the first time the two countries have met in a major international football tournament since Euro '96, when Paul Gascoigne's wonder goal helped England to a 2-0 victory.