Scots Traveller Stunned by Police Scotland Cap Spotted in Pakistan

Scottish traveler Callum Mills spotted a man wearing a Police Scotland cap in Lahore, Pakistan, 3,800 miles from its origin. The cap featured the emblem of Strathclyde Police, sparking curiosity and amusement among Callum's followers.

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Scots Traveller Stunned by Police Scotland Cap Spotted in Pakistan

Scots Traveller Stunned by Police Scotland Cap Spotted in Pakistan

Callum Mills, a Scottish traveller known online as CallumAbroad, was left in disbelief after spotting a man wearing a cap from Police Scotland in Lahore, Pakistan, approximately 3,800 miles from its origin. The Coatbridge native was in Lahore filming content for his online channels when he made the surprising discovery.

The cap in question featured the emblem of Strathclyde Police alongside the words "Strathclyde Police Pipe Band". Strathclyde Police was Scotland's largest police force before it merged with other regions to form Police Scotland, which now oversees policing in Scotland as a whole.

Callum shared a photo of the man wearing the cap on social media, captioning it: "What the f**k is going on with the hat choices in Lahore?" The post quickly went viral, receiving over 2,700 likes and dozens of comments from shocked social media users.

Callum Mills has gained a reputation for his global travels, which began during the Covid pandemic. His adventures have taken him to unique corners of the world, leading to fascinating encounters. He has previously had tea with the Taliban and met the brother of Colombia's Pablo Escobar on his travels.

The discovery of the Police Scotland cap in Lahore has left many puzzled as to how it ended up so far from home. Thenow-defunct Strathclyde Police Pipe Band capserves as a reminder of the force's history and its unexpected global reach, sparking curiosity and amusement among Callum's followers.