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Rod Stewart makes fun of himself after being compared to a grass-tufted fortified bunker

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Sandbags and Gladrags! Rod Stewart makes fun of himself after being compared to a grass-tufted fortified bunker

  • Fans shared a photo of a bunker covered in grass with an uncanny resemblance
  • Sir Rod Stewart, 77, saw the funny side of the equation and shared it on Twitter
  • Twitter users mock the photo as a dead bell for Sir Rod’s iconic hair
  • Have you seen a celebrity lookalike? Email freelance.pictures@mailonline.co.uk

Sir Rod Stewart laughed at his Twitter followers after posting a photo of a pillbox with an uncanny resemblance.

A photo of what appears to be a World War II bunker covered in tall grass was posted online by Twitter account No Context Britten.

Fans pointed out that the grass on the bunker bore an odd resemblance to Sir Rod’s iconic frizzy hair.

The tweet was titled “Rod Stewart looks good” and received nearly 80,000 likes online.

Sir Rod, 77, clearly saw the funny side of the unusual comparison and retweeted the lookalike bunker to his 500,000 followers.

Sir Rod Stewart, 77, posted the unusual comparison to his 500,000 followers on Twitter

Cheeky fans pointed out the resemblance between the rock legend and the bunker covered in long grass

Cheeky fans pointed out the resemblance between the rock legend and the bunker covered in long grass

He added: ‘F*** sake’ with a laughing emoji as his fans sent the photo viral with more than 430,000 likes and 31,500 retweets.

Many Twitter users mocked the Maggie May singer and posted their own Rod Stewart-esque photos online.

One quoted Sir Rod’s Faces 1972 hit Stay With Me as saying, “You have nothing to laugh about with a face like that.”

Others joked that the singer was more like Charlie Mullins, CEO of Pimlico Plumbers.

One fan even tried to break Sir Rod’s comparison with the furry bunker, sharing a photo of a horse that looked unusually like a retro photo of the rock star in a zebra jacket.

Another fan even went so far as to use the POSE app to make a mock-up of the bunker that sings Sir Rod’s hit Young Turks.

Fans mocked Sir Rod with some entertaining digs sent to him on Twitter

Fans mocked Sir Rod with some entertaining digs sent to him on Twitter

Rod Stewart recently made fans laugh with an impression of longtime friend Sir Elton John.

Sir Rod posted a video to his 1.2 million Instagram followers of himself wearing an Elton John-esque outfit and wearing glasses playing the piano.

It was posted with the caption “Still love you, Elt.”

The pair have a 50-year history of joking and joking with each other, which has occasionally boiled over into feuds.

In their series of one-up jokes, Rod launched billboards to promote his 1970s Blondes’ ave More Fun Tour – with Elton then placing billboards opposite those with his own face on them, reading “But Brunettes make more money.”

But their humorous digs came to a head in 2018 — where Rod said Elton’s tour was “unfair” and “stank of selling tickets” during a performance on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen.

The public dig sparked a real feud between the pair – who weren’t chatting at the time – with Elton popping: “I thought he had a dirty cheek and complained that I was promoting a tour while he was on a TV show. promoting his own tour’, in his autobiography.

This led to an apology from Rod, who explained that he was “bang out of order.”

And the pair seem to be back to their prank days and finally sorting things out after three years of not talking to each other.

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'Still love you, Elt': Sir Rod joked about friend Elton John on stage while imitating him in a mock ensemble

‘Still love you, Elt’: Sir Rod joked about friend Elton John on stage while imitating him in a mock ensemble

Pranksters: It was the latest in a line of jokes between Elton and Rod in the past 55 years, with the pair known for their fiery relationship

Pranksters: It was the latest in a line of jokes between Elton and Rod in the past 55 years, with the pair known for their fiery relationship

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