Train driver Stuart Slicer, after drinking a little at a charity auction, spent £ 400 on a giant photo showing a bridge on which he drives his train daily. His wife and children did not like this work of art because the picture has a small problem – the family sees this bridge every day from the window.

The picture on the picture is The Forth Bridge, built in the 19th century and included in the UNESCO World Heritage list.

Satisfied that he had a well-disputed picture, Stewart took the picture home. But when he arrived his wife told him, “Let’s not hang it on the wall”

The Scotsman did not despair. He called his son, who lives in the same house, but on the first floor, and said he has a big surprise. (And the son laughed a lot when he saw the photo.)

His grandson to know the story made a video and published it on Twitter that became viral quickly.

After realizing the big mistake, the man will sell the picture and donate the money to some charity.

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The picture on the picture is The Forth Bridge, built in the 19th century, where Stuart passes with his train every day

His grandson to know the story made a video and published it on Twitter

This image because of its size was not easy to drag into the house. At the door she did not enter, so I had to use a panoramic window

The wife said that the painting would not fit on the wall and that it was a bad idea to have bought the painting

The purchase of the painting gave the right to a tour of the … bridge

After realizing the big mistake, the man will sell the picture and donate the money to some charity