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A 'smoking hot' Scots gran was stopped in the street after her colourful t-shirt drew the attention of Glasgow shoppers.
Fiona Watson, 82, was heading into John Lewis in the city centre when she was stopped by a photographer, who asked if he could take her picture as he loved her new top.
The legendary grandma, from Giffnock, obliged before the pair headed on their way.
When Mrs Watson told her granddaughter what it said on her t-shirt, she was in stitches.
Mrs Watson told the Record: "I decided to go into Buchanan Street on the bus to John Lewis.
"I was walking up to Donald Dewar's statue and a young gentleman stopped me and he said, 'excuse me could I take a photograph of you'.
"So I said, 'yes, what for? - and he said my t-shirt! I just laughed and said of course.
"He took his photograph and off we went. I never did find out who he worked for."
Granddaughter Jenn Nimmo-Smith, 35, posted a video on Facebook to tell her friends about what had happened.
In the video Jenn, who admits she was crying with laughter when her grandma called her to tell her what she was wearing, asks: "So what does it say on your top grandma?
Mrs Watson replies, pointing down at the top: "Smoking hot - and still cool."
She jokes: "I got it from a very posh shop.... I don't think.
"I just walked past it up at the arcade in [Newton] Mearns and saw it and that was it."
Jenn adds: "I'm loving the diamante chilli peppers"
To which her grandma replies: "Oh they are real stuff, real stuff! Covered in hairs off the cat."
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It wasn't all fun and games though, as Mrs Watson reveals she had a bit of a nightmare after her five minutes of fame.
She said: "I walked so far on Saturday, I missed my bus and then I couldn't get to the taxi rank because they were filming on Renfrew Street.
"I walked round and round and up and down, my feet were killing me. I told Jennifer, 'my t-shirt said smoking hot and my feet were the same! They were on fire.'"
She added: "I got the t-shirt up in the shopping centre at Newton Mearns.
"I was looking for a couple of t-shirts and I just walked past and thought, 'oh I like that'.
"I always like a bit of glitter. My husband used to always say - not more glitter! But I love glitter.
"It's great, I just love it."