Moment mystery Scottish shopper walks home topless in -6C weather.


HILARIOUS video shows the toughest shopper in Britain walking back from the shops topless – in -6C weather.

The mystery hardman was filmed in Kilmarnock, East Ayrshire, striding purposefully in the snow wearing only trousers, boots and gloves.

He is holding what appears to be a supermarket reusable plastic bag in the footage, which was posted on Friday.

Ryan Gillon, 26, posted the clip: “Killie for yi”

Refuse collector Ryan, from Kilmarnock, is sitting in the passenger seat as they drive past the brave man.

He is weirdly seen walking beside a busy road looking unphased, wearing no top.

Britain's toughest shopper? Kilmarnock man braves the wintry conditions
Ryan shared the clip of the man in Kilmarnock

Despite bearing all on the top half of his body, the man can be seen wearing black gloves, black tracksuit trousers and big winter boots.

A fairly thick layer of snow can also been seen lying on the ground, as it is clear the man is not dressed appropriately for the wintry conditions.

Michelle Arnott was among those to comment, writing: “To be fair he has his gloves on. He’s a well known Killie delight, don’t think he owns a top/is ever not high.”

Ben Roxby commented: “At least he’s got his gloves on.”

@wincia2015 said: “Only in Kilmarnock.”

Britain's toughest shopper? Kilmarnock man braves the wintry conditions
One user said: “don’t think he owns a top/is ever not high.”

Alan Greevy commented: “Just doon the road fae me anaw.”

Jordy McCorry couldn’t resist a phrase normally reserved for the Scottish “summer”, writing: “Taps aff.”

Last week, a woman used a sledgehammer to clear her way through a frozen Scottish loch to take a swim in the -10 conditions.

Alice Goodridge dressed in only her swimsuit, took a dip into the icy Loch Insh in Cairngorm National Park after breaking up the ice.

She described the feeling of jumping into the freezing loch as “epic.”

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