We’ve seen some one on their stag-do forced to liven up as Little bo peep or within a large infant’s pajamas, then paraded around in people within their own embarrassing apparel.
Aberdeen defender Shay Logan’s friends were equally unkind, but a tiny extra inventive – they made him dress up because Celtic captain Scott Brown.
The Pittodrie full-back wore the whole Egyptian strip, complete with Brown’s name and number on the back of the top.
Logan, 3-1, did not appear exactly thrilled with the concept – handed he has a number of run-ins with Brown and fans of this Parkhead club – mentioning”the boys have killed me” and”stag do or not, I’m still a Don”.
Logan v Tonev
The bad-feeling were only available in 2014 if Logan accused the then on-loan Aston Villa midfielder Alexander Tonev of racially abusing him during a Celtic v Aberdeen match in Glasgow.
Tonev denied the accusation, but Logan was seen with a Scottish FA tribunal for much far more reliable and persuasive witness compared to the Bulgarian, that was then banned for seven matches.
English defender Logan responded on Twitter by saying:”Do the crime, function the time. #KickRacismOutOfFootball.
Aberdeen be at Celtic 1-0 on the final afternoon of the 2017/18 season to seal a fourth consecutive second-place finish in the Scottish Premiership. This was the very first and only time Brendan Rodgers suffered a domestic home loss while the Glasgow club’s manager.
Logan was delighted, and celebrated by holding up his hands to his ear and taunting the home support, that caused anger from Mikel Lustig and Dedryk Boyata in particular. Leigh Griffiths also threw a ball before the protector was shown a red cardand fined by manager Derek McInnes.
Logan enjoys yet another Celtic exit
After Celtic were pumped out from the Champions League in the beginning with this season during the qualifying stage, it seemed Logan wasn’t going for much sympathy, linking a laughing emoji later AEK Athens beat them 2-1 to win 3-2 on aggregate.