Brad Pitt reportedly enjoyed a week-long fling with a Scottish barmaid during a trip to Glasgow back in 1994.
The screen star, 56 - who was in the UK at the time to film Interview With The Vampire - is said to have met Jillian Lamb at the local pub where she worked, before hanging out at The Marriott hotel and One Devonshire Gardens.
During their brief encounter, the Oscar-award winner is believed to have branded his interest a 'lovely girl', but the bar worker admitted she didn't fancy him thought he 'looked a bit weird' at first glance.
Romance history: Brad Pitt reportedly enjoyed a week-long fling with a Scottish barmaid during a trip to Glasgow back in 1994 (pictured at the Oscars last week)
According to Daily Record, Jillian said the screen star approached her for a chat, reportedly insisting: 'You're the only girl I'm interested in', before they embarked on a series of outings, including a trip to her mother's house, where they babysat her niece and tucked into some soup.
She allegedly told the publication: 'I was working in Danny Kane's pub in the morning and I became aware of someone looking in the window at me.
'Two guys came in and sat down and you could tell right away they were a bit different. Brad had asked my name from another bar worker and was shouting over at me.
'Being honest, I didn't remotely fancy him at first. I thought he looked a bit weird. We hit it off and it was a roller-coaster few days. But it's not something I ever wanted to brag about.'
Brief: The screen star, 56, is said to have met Jillian Lamb at the local pub where she worked, before hanging out at The Marriott hotel and One Devonshire Gardens (pictured in 1994)
Working hard: The actor was in the UK at the time to film Interview With The Vampire (pictured as Louis de Pointe du Lac alongside Christian Slater in the movie)
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The media personality returned to Scotland nearly two decades later when he filmed apocalyptic action horror World War Z in 2011, where he was joined by then-wife Angelina Jolie and their six children.
During their stay in the historic county of Ayrshire,