A Spanish policeman has been spotted sporting a Celtic jersey ahead of an arrest of a Liverpool fan.
The cop, who can be seen in the Twitter video below, appears to be dragging the supporter in a square off las Ramblas.
Eagle eyed fans have noticed The Bhoys zipper from 2010 when sponsored by Nike.
📹 | Liverpool fans in Barcelona filmed pushing locals into a fountain while six supporters are 'arrested after two hotel workers assaulted' on the eve of Champions League semi-final.
— BarçaTimes Media (@BTVideoClips) May 1, 2019
Perhaps the strangest and furthest The Hoops are linked to the Champions League this season.
Celtic are everywhere…
One stigma that follows the club around is that jerseys are on show at every corner of the world.
Fans have appeared in the most bizarre occasions, most recently at the PGA Tour won by Tiger Woods.
However, the Barcelona showing is perhaps the most shocking to date.
The video shows what appears to be cops in plain clothing arresting a suspect.
Perhaps the Barca cops have picked up a loose tracksuit left by the Hoops support after the countless times they’ve been in the city this century.
Alternatively, there’s been a presumption of a friendly nature of a link to the You’ll Never Walk Alone chant.
Ultimately, we will never know the decision making behind the cop’s attire that day.
Celtic fans react to Barcelona video on Twitter
Some Hoops fans have responded on Twitter to seeing the police fan wearing the jersey.
Lustig in disguise 😂😂😂🙌
— JHAMESYBHOY🍀 (@celbhoy67) 1 May 2019
What ye gonna do phone the polis, we are the polis
— Eoghan O’Neill (@Eoghan96) 1 May 2019
I’ve watched it a couple of times now and am pretty sure it’s actually Tom Rogic with a beard and a tan
— Tango (@Paisley1903) 1 May 2019
Marvin compper doing a bit of moonlighting
— MartinMcGuire 🎗 (@MartinMcGuire91) 1 May 2019
The Liverpool fan must have been singing a Stevie G song 🤣
— Michael McCahill (@MickMcCahill) 1 May 2019
Big Lustig working his day job…😏
— Nayr 🏴 (@EzPzJoystiq) 1 May 2019