A leaked document claiming to show a traffic warning report around Celtic Park for Monday has been confirmed as a hoax.

It was claimed that Celtic were to parade their new manager on Monday after the document surfaced. However, a spokesperson for the council confirmed to The Herald that it was a fake.

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HeraldScotland:

And the Council took to Twitter to confirm to those that had fallen for the prank writing: "You might have seen a screenshot of a council traffic bulletin that says London Road will be closed to make way for crowds in front of Celtic Park on Monday afternoon ... Sorry to disappoint, but it's a fake."

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The fake document supposedly from Glasgow City Council warned of "large crowds" at the stadium, and that there will be traffic restriction as a result. 

The document claimed there would "large crowds" at Celtic Park with many thinking it was in relation to the unveiling of a new manager