Mankini-clad man in Donald Trump mask spotted tied to Glasgow roundabout

By Craig Williams

A Glasgow man got the surprise of his life after spotting a semi-naked man in a Donald Trump mask tied up on a busy roundabout.

John Joe shared a video of the bizarre sight he was witness to as a passenger in his partner Lara's car while they were stopped at the roundabout in the Robroyston area of the city around 5:50pm on Thursday (October 7).

The hilarious video shows the unnamed individual wearing what looks like a mankini while he is being tied to what appears to be a large wooden board as another man helps secure it to some signage in the middle of the roundabout as cars whizz by.

The man then pats the semi-naked man on the chest before he joins some other individuals on the pavement across the street as they get ready to take some snaps of the poor fella, who appears to be getting sent up for his stag do.

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John said: "It's a sight my eyes won't forget. Two men tying what appears to be a semi-naked man to a wooden board with a Trump mask on. Possibly a stag do!"

John can be heard in the video saying: "God no way, no danger. I thought that was a guy!?" as partner Lara says "Oh it's not a real person," before they both in unison say: "No it is."

John then continues: "Oh my God no! Aye it is a guy!" as Lara interjects with: "Someone's going to crash looking at that! I think that's a Trump mask. That's a stag do."

And after spotting the poor fella's pals he lets out a chuckle and says: "And there's all the boys all loving it. They are all bouncing. Wow."

Whoever you are, poor stag, we hope you weren't out there all night!


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