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Mr Haughey had driven to Leicester's King Power Stadium yesterday ahead of their title triumphMr Haughey, who says his colleagues have often joked that he looks like Vardy, was eventually given a police escort away from the stadium following the hilarious case of mistaken identity.

Today, he told Sky News: 'I am a Leicester fan. I'm from Derby and I came down yesterday thinking there'll be an opportunity for them to win, so I thought 'right, why not, I'll come down'.'And then next minute I was in my car on my way home and I got crowded - there was no way of me getting out. It was exciting.'Meanwhile a real Vardy lookalike called Lee

Chapman, who works as a postman, was also left stunned after the Leicester team bus stopped and let him onboard ahead of their celebratory lunch.Mr Chapman, 29, was left speechless after he was invited him on board by Claudio Ranieri, who quipped: 'Come on Jamie, get on the