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Watch: Outrageous behaviour from Scotland fan on live TV

We have finally reached the opening day of Euro 2024, and we have already witnessed the first ludicrous moment of the tournament thanks to a Scotland fan on live TV in Munich.

Hosts Germany are set to kick off the competition against Scotland at 8pm on Friday, and the Tartan Army are making their presence known in the German capital.

Watch: X-rated gesture from Scotland fan on live TV

Obscene gesture from Scotland fan on live TV
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A moment to forget for Scotland fan on live TV

With beer a huge part of German culture, we Brits, whether that be England or indeed Scotland fans, were always likely to perhaps take the drinking a little too far. This group of Scotland supporters certainly proved that suspicion right during an interview ahead of the Euro 2024 curtain-raiser.

A lone German reporter was surrounded by a mob of Scottish fans, before singling out three members of the famous Tartan Army for an interview. Each holding a beer, and each, perhaps, a little more drunk than they should be for an interview on live television.

After a brief conversation, the camera panned to the trios' outfits, at which point one of the supporters raised the kilt of one of his peers, revealing all to the entire country watching at home.

It was a truly ludicrous moment, and one those involved may just regret in the morning.

Proving the rest of the world right?

British fans, particularly English supporters but it can be applied to the entirety of the United Kingdom for the most part, have long been viewed in a less than positive light by our European counterparts.

At Euro 1992, Italian police officers focused the majority of their efforts on England fans, while Scotland and England supporters have both been warned about their conduct several times ahead of Euro 2024.

Behaviour such as this, especially this early on in the competition – a ball has not even been kicked yet – is unlikely to change those opinions anytime soon.