Painful Keepie-uppie fail

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A FOOTBALL fan with the hardest skull in Scotland has been filmed crashing into a metal shop shutter after a game of keepie-uppie goes wrong.

Despite the sickening impact, the unidentified man bounces straight back to his feet and even manages a chuckle.

The clip is thought to have been filmed in Glasgow and was posted to the Scottish Football Away Fans Facebook page, where it has racked up 4,000 views in a day.

In the video, filmed on a busy city centre road, the man has a flourescent yellow football kicked towards him, which hits him on the chest.

Despite appearing intoxicated, he makes an attempt to control the ball with his left foot, but ends up kicking it over his shoulder and on to a car, parked in the road behind him.

Whilst watching the ball’s trajectory, he loses his footing and trips over the kerb, falling head first into a shop’s shutter just a foot away from a brick wall.

A FOOTBALL fan with the hardest skull in Scotland has been filmed crashing  into a metal shop shutter after a game of keepie-uppie goes wrong.
A FOOTBALL fan with the hardest skull in Scotland has been filmed crashing into a metal shop shutter after a game of keepie-uppie goes wrong.

Remarkably, despite a deafening crash, his head appears to bounce off the shutter and after hitting the ground, he stands up again.

His friends can be heard laughing in the background as the clip cuts out.

Social media users have been reacting with delight at the video.

Steve Gerrard said: “Just as well he is steamin’. Just have to keep on drinking that day I think lol.”

Kevin Rollo added: “Bit of a sore napper next day I would think.”

Graeme Clark praised his keepie-uppie skills, saying: “Tekkers if you ask me!”

 
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