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 By Chris Wright

Celtic's Mikael Lustig pinches policeman's hat after win vs. Rangers

Celtic wrapped up their seventh consecutive Scottish Premiership title in outlandish fashion on Sunday afternoon with a thumping 5-0 humiliation of their Old Firm rivals, Rangers.

As expected, the atmosphere proved to be a boisterous one as the Bhoys' stampeded to victory, with defender Mikael Lustig getting particularly carried away at one point.

Indeed, while celebrating his side's third goal of the afternoon, the Swedish defender plucked a policeman's hat from his head and then placed it on his own as he cavorted with his teammates.

Lustig's impromptu hat caper went down well with just about everybody, with fans hailing him a "legend" for his spur of the moment celebrations.

However, it would appear that Police Scotland weren't quite so impressed.

According to the Daily Record, the force were "very disappointed" with Lustig and have spoken to Celtic about the centre-back and his future conduct.

Spoilsports.

Chris covers the funny side of the game for ESPN FC in the Toe Poke blog.

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