Foul! Moment soccer photographer discovers prankster has tied him to a fence by his shoelaces whereas he’s snapping Irish League match
- Photographer Bill Guiller was taking snaps of Larne FC at Inver Park, N Ireland
- While he centered on the sport somebody tied his shoelaces to fence behind him
- He solely realised minutes later, with footage displaying his struggling to get free
This is the hilarious second a soccer photographer realised he had been tied to a fence by his shoelaces whereas he was mendacity all the way down to get the right motion shot.
Bill Guiller needed to name for assist in the center Larne FC’s match at Inver Road, Northern Ireland after somebody pulled the prank on him.
Footage exhibits the 55-year-old snapper mendacity on grass on the fringe of the pitch taking pictures of the sport towards Warrenpoint on April 16.
But whereas Bill was specializing in the sport, the prankster had in some way managed to sneak up behind him and tie his shoelaces to the steel barrier.
It was not till minutes later that Bill realised and located himself unable to face up.
Footage exhibits a employees member in a high-vis jacket and a St John’s Ambulance volunteer serving to the snapper to free himself.
The photographer did, nonetheless, see the humorous facet, posting the footage on-line with the caption ‘once they tie your laces to fence at Inver Park’ adopted by a laughing emoji.
Bill Guiller discovered himself calling for assist in the center Larne FC’s match at Inver Road, Northern Ireland, after somebody pulled the prank on him on April 16
He added that the prank helped showcase the staff’s ‘good Irish banter’, however stated he can be extra alert and put on his wellies subsequent time.
The membership additionally posted the video in a tweet saying: ‘Tied to the fence. Not tied to the fence. Either means, Bill Guiller nonetheless takes an incredible photograph!’
Bill’s son Chris additionally commented on the prank, joking: ‘Ya know what? If it was me I’d be doing it with cable ties.’
Larne FC, who’re fourth within the Irish League, gained the match 5-0.
Footage exhibits a employees member in a high-vis jacket and a St John’s Ambulance volunteer serving to the snapper to free himself