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And clubbers at a nightclub in Greater Manchester couldn't stop laughing when they saw a photo of two lads 'caught in the act', with many believing they were 'eyeing up' a couple of girls who were dancing.
Photographer Alex Brown captured the image of the two girls partying earlier this month. But when the photo was posted on the club Facebook page, social media users were quick to point out the two young men in the background.
The 27-year-old photographer only found out about the photo's popularity by the club's DJ last weekend, and joked that he 'feels sorry for maybe catching them out' - but admitted they could simply have been trying to get past him taking a photo.
The photo, which Alex says was taken between 12am and 2am, has now racked up heaps of likes. Alex said: "It could be one of those things where they weren't actually looking and they were trying to get past, but it does look like they were looking at them. It looks pretty funny.
"I feel sorry for the lads because I might have caught them out there a bit, but it happens. I didn't mean to catch anything like that. It was a complete coincidence.
"I remember taking the photo but I didn't notice anything. The girls were enjoying the chance to get a photo and I was just focusing on them.
"I'm always keeping an eye out for anything that looks inappropriate but nothing like that stood out to me with this one. I wasn't even aware of the photo going viral, but the DJ told me about it when I went into work.
"I'm editing these at the end of my shift at about 5am, so admittedly every now and again I do miss something. I sort through ones that are definitely not suitable to go on.
"Normally I'll get a message from someone telling me to take it down, but nobody's been in touch about this one anyway."
Always look out for the club photographer guys! Liquid and Envy has been contacted for comment.