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King of social media Timm Klose strikes again with pub video

PUBLISHED: 08:49 23 September 2018 | UPDATED: 12:16 23 September 2018

Timm Klose of Norwich and Norwich Head Coach Daniel Farke before the Sky Bet Championship match at the Pirelli Stadium, Burton upon Trent
Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd +44 7904 640267
30/12/2017

Timm Klose of Norwich and Norwich Head Coach Daniel Farke before the Sky Bet Championship match at the Pirelli Stadium, Burton upon Trent Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd +44 7904 640267 30/12/2017

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Norwich City star and social media king Timm Klose has struck again with a shout-out video for a Norfolk pub.

The defender sent a video to the Acle Bridge Inn to promote their newly announced competition.

It follows previous explorations of the north Norfolk coast on Snapchat , and being described as the “gift that keeps on giving” by one Twitter user.

In Klose’s most recent video he said: “I just want to say hi to all the Acle Bridge Inn visitors, it is a lovely place, stay there as long as possible and please share the Christmas competition. Thank you very much!”

The pub thanked Timm, and called the video a “treat for any fan!”.

They said: “A treat for any fan! Norwich City footballer Timm Klose has a video for all the followers of the Acle Bridge Inn. Thanks Timm!”

The pub is offering a three course meal for four people including a bottle of prosecco from their festive menu in December if you like their page, share a post, and tag who you would bring with you.

It is not clear whether or not you can tag Klose and make him come with you if you win.

The winner will be announced on Thursday, October 4.

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