Turns out the woman who danced on the ambulance after England's win is actually a Scot
Stand up Larissa Bell
The woman who danced on top of an ambulance after England beat Sweden on Saturday is actually Scottish.
21-year-old Larissa Bell was filmed trampling the NHS vehicle near Borough Market during wild celebrations as England reached their first World Cup semi-final in 28 years.
A drunken mob of people in London cheered as the Scot danced over the 999 car which was left with a completely smashed windscreen and heavy denting to the bonnet, roof and bumper.
The ambulance had to be taken off the road for repair.
Last night it was revealed Bell is a waitress from East Kilbride.
Police tweeted: "IDENTIFIED. Many thanks to all for sharing. Now it's our turn," followed by a series of police emojis.
Have you seen what appalling damage has been inflicted on a @Ldn_Ambulance Rapid Response Vehicle following the #EnglandvSweeden match today
If you have any information regarding the culprits please call 101 with information
Has true English respect really been forgotten? pic.twitter.com/TDEWBKMRrz
— ☤ WMAS HART ☤ (@WMASHART) July 7, 2018
West Midlands Ambulance Service tweeted "Has true English respect really been forgotten?" I guess not.