This Hoops fan will be regretting his over-the-top celebrations as Neil Lennon's men bounced back from a goal down to seal the Scottish Cup and an unprecedented NINE trophies in a row
THIS IS the cringe-worthy moment an embarrassed Celtic fan realises his new "Treble treble" tatoo is spelt wrong.
The over-excited supporter was proudly unveiling his new ink to the camera in a bar while celebrating the Hoop's 2-1 Scottish Cup Final win over Hearts at Hampden Park
Odsonne Eduoard's double made it an astonishing NINE domestic trophies in a row for the Glasgow side, who quickly announced the permanent appointment of Neil Lennon.
The moment was cause for celebration among fans, but this eager supporter was left regretting a huge blunder as he showed off the tattoo still wrapped in cling film.
The man filming zooms in to notice the ink is spelt "Trebel Trebel" before a chorus of laughter erupts as the red-faced Hoop leaves red-faced with his head in his hands.
At least the tattoo wasn't commemorating a victory that didn't happen, after a Leeds supporter who was convinced his side would win the Championship play-offs.
Jamie Richardson, from West Yorkshire, was so confident that his side were heading for the Premier League that he inked his prediction on his body.
However, the tattoo will forever be a reminder of their play-off heartbreak after Marcelo Bielsa's side lost 4-2 to Derby at Elland Road in the second leg of the semi-final.
A Liverpool fan's wild celebrations on holiday ended up with him getting a late night tattoo of Divock Origi's name after the Reds famous victory over Barcelona.
One Manchester United supporter will have Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at the wheel forever after he inked a now-famous tattoo of the Norwegian on his leg.
Tor Henrik Stensland vowed to have the coach inked onto his body should the Red Devils beat Paris Saint-Germain in March.
Solskjaer's side overcame a two-goal deficit in the Parc des Princes to advance to the quarterfinals of the Champions League.
And Stensland stayed true to his word as he posted an image of United's coach mocked up onto a wheel which had been tattooed onto his thigh.