Watch as man plants Celtic flag in Rangers-daft neighbour's garden in Old Firm wind-up

Publication Date30 April 2022
AuthorAngus Hyde
Publication titleGlasgowLive (Scotland)
Gers-daft Henry Vanloon, who moved to Halifax 50 years ago, found the green flag flying outside his door as neighbour Duane Poyser aimed to rile the Govan native up ahead of Sunday's clash at Celtic Park

Poyser, 33, filmed the prank, exposing Henry's "subtle" operation to remove the rival team's flag from his garden through CCTV footage.

The door supervisor, who doesn't support any football team, shows the Bhoys flag blowing in the wind before cutting to the end result of his prank, where the flag had mysteriously fallen down.

Duane's video then shows CCTV footage of the neighbours' shared fence as Vanooon swiftly dispatched the Celtic flag on his property.

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Upon being questioned on the whereabouts of the green and white banner, the pensioner jokingly claims a "freak wind" is responsible.

Speaking to Glasgow Live, Duane insisted the Old-Firm wind up was done...

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