The Undertaker was spotted by WWE fans in a Nando's in Scotland

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It's not everyday that you go down to your local Nando's for a bite to eat and you spot The Undertaker waiting for his food on the table next to you.

That's exactly what happened to one WWE fan's girlfriend over the weekend.

The Undertaker was in the UK last week to take part in a Comic-Con event in Glasgow, where fans could pay for a special meet and greet with the WWE legend.

The WWE icon was waiting for his food in Nando's during his off time when he was snapped by a member of the public, who sent the photo to their boyfriend.

The wrestling fan immediately recognised who it was and tweeted: "Birds in nandos n she goes to me there’s someone famous sitting next to me n it’s none other than the f**king undertaker 😭"

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One fan replied: "Who knew Undertaker likes a cheeky Nando's haha absolutely dead."

Another fan added: "Imagine sitting in Nando’s and you see the undertaker eating his extra mild wrap."

The Undertaker wasn't the only WWE icon at the event in Scotland, as Brutus Beefcake and Marty Jannetty were also on hand for fans to meet and greet.

Who would have known though that The Phenom loves a cheeky Nando's!

As of writing, it's unclear as to when The Deadman will be making his next appearance for the WWE.

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He was part of WWE's initial advertising for their Crown Jewel event in Saudi Arabia later this month on October 31, but he is yet to be confirmed by WWE for the show.

The Undertaker was advertised for SmackDown's debut episode on Fox over a week ago, but he never made an appearance as he was told that he wasn't needed.

The Deadman's last appearance for WWE came on September 10's episode of SmackDown which took place at Madison Square Garden in New York City.

His match for the company was at Extreme Rules back in July where he teamed up with Roman Reigns in a tag team match against Drew McIntyre and Shane McMahon.

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