Donald Trump's longtime angry neighbour in Scotland has raised the Mexican flag within clear sight of the White House hopeful's golf course in protest, ahead of the tycoon's visit on Saturday.
David Milne, whose home borders the Trump International Golf Links course in the coastal village of Balmedie, north of the oil city of Aberdeen, has run up the Mexican colours on a flagpole outside his house.
"The flag is up primarily to show solidarity with the Mexican people and anybody else that Donald Trump has decried, defamed, lied about, harassed or attempted to intimidate throughout his career," Milne
"We know exactly what that is like because we've been there, we've had that."
The building of the golf course proved highly controversial in Scotland.
Milne's house looks down on the clubhouse and the 18th green, some 400 to 500 metres away.
He has run up a 0.5-metre by 0.9-metre Mexican flag beneath the Scottish colours on his flagpole.
"He (Trump) can see it, without any shadow of a doubt," the health and safety consultant said.
"The main point is to make it quite clear to him that we have not forgotten the way we were treated and we respect the other people who he has attacked verbally."
The presumptive Republican presidential nominee has proposed building a wall on the US border with Mexico – with the Mexicans to foot the bill.
"He argued about my boundaries, put up a fence on the boundaries and sent me a bill for it, which remains unpaid. I thought it seemed appropriate to show my personal solidarity with the Mexicans," said Milne, who has lived in his house since 1992.
"It's a very badly put up fence. They put it up in the wrong place, it's cheap and nasty like many things he builds, and then they send you a bill and expect you to pay it. That was a laughing stock straight away."
Trump is heading to Scotland to relaunch his Turnberry golf course and hotel in southwest Scotland following a £200 million ($300m) revamp of the resort, and the property tycoon will also visit his Balmedie course.
Another Mexican flag is being flown at the nearby home of Michael Forbes, who refused to sell his land to Trump before the course opened.
Milne said locals in Aberdeenshire could not believe Trump was the Republican presidential hopeful.
"We are watching more with disbelief than interest," the 51-year-old said.
"I struggle to see how someone we refer to as 'the New York clown' can get anywhere at all, let alone become a presumptive candidate."