THIS is the hilarious moment an INFLATABLE KANGAROO was stuffed through a World Cup security scanner.
Australia fans were spotted taking an inflatable of their national animal into a fan park on Saturday.
And Qatar staff sent the poor creature head first into the x-ray scanner.
News outlet First Edition tweeted footage of the roo being manhandled.
Footy supporters on social media are loving the kanga's special moment.
One wrote: "Check its pouch."
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Another added: "Checking for concealed and loaded rainbow flags."
While one joked: "It will probably have had worse done to it…"
The kangaroo was recognised as an official symbol of Australia when it was included on the nation's coat of arms in 1908.
Fans will be excited as they enter the Al-Rayyan Stadium tonight.
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The Aussies face Argentina this evening as both teams look to progress to the quarter-finals of the World Cup.
Lionel Messi and Co will not be taking the Socceroos lightly at all after they beat Denmark to qualify for the last-16.
The South Americans have put together a good run of results after losing to Saudi Arabia on the opening group match.
And they must be in form if they are to progress past a resilient Australia side, with a solid defence marshalled by Harry Souttar.
This will be the first time since 2006 that Australia have reached this stage of a World Cup, and only the second time in the nation's history.
Graham Arnold's men will be hoping to go one step further than 16 years ago however which saw them narrowly lose to eventual winners Italy at this stage.
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