This is the moment Scott Brown raised a bizarre boozy toast to Alan Brazil and Rangers legend Ally McCoist.

Celtic hero Brown - now manager at Fleetwood Town - met Arsenal icon Ray Parlour in Lytham and enjoyed a drink with the Romford Pele.

Parlour shared a video of the encounter on his Twitter account with the duo downing a strange Peroni and Limoncello mix.

It's a change from Parlour usual tipple of choice with the Emirates hero usually opting for a "Cobra Bomb" - a mixture of Cobra lager and Jagermeister.

Brown had bumped into Parlour in restaurant Zest where the pair posed for a video and quick drink ahead of a Jamiroquai gig.

Sharing the video on Twitter, Parlour wrote: "Lovely to meet Scott Brown in Lytham Celtic legend.

"No 🐍💣 but a Peroni lemonchello. Could be celebration drink when fleetwood win the league 😁"

"Can’t wait for ⁦@JamiroquaiHQ Funny night."

And in the video, Parlour hailed "legend" Brown but urged the Fleetwood boss not to let his player see the boozy clip.

He said: "I'm here in lovely Lytham now, I'm with a legend from Celtic - Scotty Brown.

"What a legend he was for Celtic. All the Celtic fans will be going 'Wow, Scotty Brown'.

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"I didn't play in Scotland but what a legend he is.

"Manager of Fleetwood Town, back to pre-season now, now Scott, don't show your players this video, please."

And Brown would go on to reference Parlour's talkSPORT colleagues Brazil and McCoist before taking his turn drinking the mixture.

Raising his glass before downing his drink, Brown added: "For the Scottish lads, Alan Brazil, Coisty I wish you all the best - I can almost compete with this guy."