Plymouth fan gets out of wheelchair
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VIDEO: Plymouth fan gets out of wheelchair to celebrate Bristol Rovers win

Stands up and milks adulation of the crowd.

If this game wasn’t odd enough already … #pafc pic.twitter.com/kuKCeZeKB0

— Jak Ball (@Jakfirst) March 17, 2018

This is the moment a Plymouth Argyle fan got out of a wheelchair and stood up in celebration of his side’s 3-2 win over Bristol Rovers.

The League One side currently occupy one of the playoff spots, and the importance of their latest victory appeared to inspire a miraculous recovery.

He wheels around a bit before standing up, holding his hands aloft victoriously and milking the adulation of the crowd.

However, it transpires that the wheelchair may not have belonged to him after all.

14-year-old Plymouth supporter Oscar Knight wrote on Facebook:

It’s my chair, I am a disabled 14 year old and leave my chair to one side during the game. This guy borrowed it…. It’s called having a laugh that’s all.