Rangers-obsessed porn star Lana Wolf has flashed traffic and shared a cheeky message with fans ahead ofScotland's clash withEngland.
Lana made her way to London with thousands of other fans for theEuro 2020clash.
On her way down, she was photographed topless on a train along with several other supporters.
Lana later commented on the pic, posting on Insta: “I hope my nan doesn’t see it.”
She was also recorded taking her top off while leaning out of a moving car in Snapchat footage.
Lana joined the Tartan Army in central London and said they were “booing me to get my t**s out”.
She previously promised: "Our performance wasn't the best on Monday but if Scotland come through for us and win against England, I'll not wear any panties for a whole week.
"And if the team can pull off a victory for us against the Auld Enemy I'll need to reward them with a special naughty video and free lifetimeOnlyFanssubscription."
Lana is determined to not let Scotland's disappointing start to the tournament get her and her fellow supporters down.
She released a range of snaps in her skimpiest Scotland clobber to mark her country's first meeting in a major tournament for 23 years.
It will also be only the second time Scotland will play England in a major tournament after their fateful meeting in Euro 96.
She will be staying in London after the match to work with some English adult performers.
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Around 20,000 Scots are thought to have travelled to England for the group stage game.
Scotland fan Rab Foulis said supporters were "bringing a party atmosphere" to the city and "helping London's economy".
He told the PA news agency: “Everybody's throwing a party atmosphere.
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“We've all had double vaccinations and we're saying, you know what, why is Britain as a country still holding the economy back?
"So we're here and we're helping London's economy."
Wembley Stadium, in north-west London, will host 22,500 people for the game at 8pm on Friday, June 15.
The Met Police's football chief earlier warned fans not to travel to Wembley without a ticket.
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Chief Inspector Joseph Stokoe said: "It's a shame, it feels like there aren't enough places for the fans to enjoy themselves, but that's why the message has always been – if you don't have a ticket, don't travel.
"Enjoy the match, enjoy the event locally, in a safer event… don't come here, because unfortunately because of what's gone on across the world, we've been unable to provide the amount of fan zones you might expect in normal times."
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon also echoed the warning for Scottish fans to stay away from London.
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