JUST two hours after helping his side climb three points clear at the top of the Ladbrokes Championship, Rangers defender Rob Kiernan was forced to make a more literal form of ascension.
House mates Kiernan and Wes Foderingham returned home after the 4-0 victory over Dumbarton to find that they’d inadvertently locked themselves out.
The goalkeeper initially took to Twitter to ask for help as it seemed the duo would have to pay for an emergency locksmith in order to seek refuge from the cold December air.
“Is any locksmiths available in Glasgow? It’s urgent I’m cold,” pleaded Foderingham.
However, a solution was eventually discovered when the pair noticed that Kiernan had left the bathroom window open before leaving the house.
Presumably given a “leg up” by Foderingham - either that or he’s actually Spider-Man - Kiernan was able to scramble up the side of the building and break in through the open window.
Along with a photo of Kiernan’s legs dangling precariously out of the window, Foderingham tweeted once more to call off the hunt for a locksmith.
He wrote: “False alarm @KiernanRobbie left the bathroom window open.”