Ex-Celtic defender Paul Caddis has recalled the bizarre moment Artur Boruc strolled through Bridgeton alone moments after he played for the Hoops in an Old Firm derby at Parkhead.

The goalkeeper was known for his mad-cap antics during his time in Glasgow including his infamous scrap Aiden McGeady among other stories.

He always had a hate-hate relationship with Gers and their supporters.

But that didn't stop him, according to Caddis from sauntering through the well-known Rangers area of Glasgow on his todd.

Speaking on Si Ferry's Open Goal show, Caddis laughed: "I remember the first time we played Rangers at Celtic Park and you used to wait at gate two for your car and you'd go in your car.

"I remember everyone rushing out of gate two and I'm thinking 'what the f*** is going on here?'

Ex-Celtic goalkeeper Artur Boruc pictured in with Legia Warsaw fans during Rangers clash

"Somebody had radioed up saying 'Artur Boruc is walking through Bridgeton on his own'.

"Straight after playing Rangers. They jumped in a minibus and went to get him.

"He didn't know, but he didn't care."

He also remembered Boruc, 39, smoking cigarettes at half-time in the changing room during his Celtic days.