NIGEL Farage has become the latest high-profile celebrity to be duped into reading out a funeral notice for 'Terry Munro'.
The Reform UK politician - synonymous with the Brexit movement - recorded a personalised video message via celeb messaging app Cameo.
Gers supporters have been mocking Celtic's 10-in-a-row collapse after clinching their first title in a decade.
And one punter decided to fork out £30 for Farage to read out a fake death notice as he mentioned Hoops captain Scott Brown and ex-boss Neil Lennon.
Facing the camera, Farage read: "This is to send the friends and family of Terry Munro my very deepest condolences.
"Eight and a half years is absolutely no age for him to have been taken from you. It is absolutely truly awful.
Nigel Farage records his personal video message
"Lenny and Broony, the funeral is going to be on the 16th of May on Edmiston Drive. Condolences."
Only last month ex-Eastenders star Jake Wood was also duped into announcing funeral arrangements for 'Terry Munro' by a cheeky Rangers fan.
The actor - who played Max Branning on the BBC soap from 2006 to 2021 - recorded a personalised video message via celeb messaging app Cameo.
There was also a joke along these line masquerading as a death notice in the bereavements section of The Inverness Courier newspaper's website.
The false notice said Munro died in Dundee after a "year long illness", a cheeky nod to Celtic's recent draw with Dundee United and the Parkhead club's poor form throughout this season.
It added that Munro was a "close friend of Neil Francis", in reference to the club's former manager Neil Lennon.
The notice read: "MUNRO - Terry, after a year long illness, in Dundee, on Sunday 7th March, 2021. Close friend of Neil Francis. Funeral details to follow. The banter has passed on."