Woman left stunned as eight American tourists wave at her through lounge window

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A woman minding her business lounging on the sofa in her home was shocked to see a gaggle of American tourists strolling up her garden path and waving.

Lanna Tolland, from Glasgow, noticed the group of eight from her front window on Wednesday night, Glasgow Live reported.

She said she was "so confused" when she saw the gang walking up her garden path, but the eager but well-meaning intruders explained that their ancestors used to live there.

Perplexed, Lanna snapped a picture of the group taking a late-night stroll around her garden and shared details of the bizarre encounter on Twitter.

Lanna tweeted: “No way. Lying on the couch with the blind still open and I see eight people I don’t know at the gate waving at me I’m like?? Open the window n they’re all AMERICAN giving it 'our great grandparents used to own this house can we have a look around' I thought this only happened on tele.”

She added: “They’re all getting pictures!! Dogs are going mental what is going on.”

A follower replied: "Nooooooooooooo deed hahaha."

"Honestly was so confused man hahahahah," Lanna came back.

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Lanna's social media post quickly racked up thousands of likes, with people rushing to share similar stories.

One user responded: "Nahhhh basically same thing happened to me last week. I’m howling."

Another said: "I was staying overnight in a house in Manchester once and the next day the doorbell rang. Two Canadian ladies said they wanted to come in as it was where the Bee Gees grew up. They asked where the Blue Plaque was. Had to tell them it was now rented out to a load of students."

A third wrote: "Happened us on our cottage. His father was born there. A number of years later we dug up a War of independence/civil war era bomb his father had made. The army had to be called to blow it up."

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