A Celtic supporter has managed to get Formula One reporter Ted Kravitz to do a ‘shoey’ live on air this morning from the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne.

If you’re unaware of what a ‘shoey’ is – it involves pouring beer into someone’s shoe with the recipient challenged to down it from the shoe!

With party time clearly in full flow down in Australia, one Celtic fan challenged the popular Sky Sports man to the trend as he was handing back to the studio, much to the delight of everyone surrounding him.

The broadcaster has already uploaded the footage to Twitter, with the clip quickly going viral around F1 and Celtic circles as Kravitz notes: “Hello sir, that’s a nice Celtic top!”

It’s an early start for F1 fans in the UK watching the Australian race but it’s evening over there and, apparently, they’re enjoying the festivities.

Celtic and Australia just seem to go hand in hand nicely these days.

It’s reported that 400,000 people turned out on the Grand Prix weekend [ESPN], so no doubt there are a few more Celtic and Ange Postecoglou supporters in attendance.

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Charles Leclerc was in dominant form through practice, qualifying and today’s race as Ferrari look to compete for championships for the first time in years.

It’s always good fun seeing Celtic supporters pop up in unexpected places so fair play to this fan for giving us all a smile on this fine Sunday morning!

Everyone already has a spring in their step thanks to yesterday’s incredible 7-0 victory over St Johnstone, which has sent the Bhoys nine points clear at the top of the table.

In other news, Michael Stewart left stunned by “silky, classy” Ange Postecoglou signing in big Celtic win.