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Man filming demolition instead catches bus' 'ultimate photobomb'

By Ben Hooper
Man filming demolition instead catches bus' 'ultimate photobomb'
A perfectly timed bus blocks the view of a video camera recording the demolition of a Glasgow apartment building. Screenshot: Storyful

GLASGOW, Scotland, May 10 (UPI) -- A man who set up a camera to record the demolition of a Glasgow, Scotland, building instead captured "the ultimate photobomb" executed by a perfectly-timed bus.

Garry Cornes, who posted the video to YouTube under the username Alebbio Rail, set up a video camera across the street from the Norfolk Court apartment building Sunday in Glasgow to record the demolition of the 24-story building, which was built in the 1970s.

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However, just as the building was starting to come down, a public transit bus pulled up in front of the camera and stopped in the perfect spot to just barely block the video's view of the demolition.

Cornes described the incident as "the ultimate photobomb."

"Thank you, First Bus," he wrote.

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