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Brighton fan Fatboy Slim poses by a sign for Glen Murray Road while on tour in New Zealand
(Image: Twitter/Fatboy Slim)

PHOTO: Brighton fan Fatboy Slim finds Glen Murray Road sign in New Zealand

Spotted while out on tour.

Officially my favourite town in New Zealand. @GM_83 @OfficialBHAFC pic.twitter.com/9tCzUspnwM

— Fatboy Slim (@FatboySlim) January 25, 2019

Brighton and Hove Albion fan Fatboy Slim stopped to get a picture by a sign for Glen Murray Road in Rangiriri while on tour in New Zealand.

The celebrity Seagulls supporter, real name Norman Cook, is in the midst of a series of dates in Napier, Wellington, Christchurch, Queenstown and Hamilton.

And while out on the road he spotted the sign for a road named Glen Murray, which is only one letter shy of Brighton’s top goal-scorer Glenn Murray.

https://twitter.com/GM_83/status/1088930154531966977

35-year-old centre-forward Murray is enjoying another productive season at the AMEX Stadium, with eight goals in sixteen games.

He responded on Twitter wishing the musician well with his tour.

Cook, who holds the Guinness World Record for most top 40 hits under different names, is famous for tracks such as “Praise You”, “The Rockafeller Skank” and “Right Here, Right Now”.