Peter Ruthenberg

One Liverpool supporter walked alone in the snow that saw literally hundreds – no make that thousands – of Capetonians flock to the Matroosberg mountains on Sunday. Photo: Facebook

Die-hard Liverpool fan spotted in the Western Cape snow – PICTURE!

One Liverpool supporter walked alone in the snow that saw literally hundreds – no make that thousands – of Capetonians flock to the Matroosberg mountains on Sunday.

Peter Ruthenberg

One Liverpool supporter walked alone in the snow that saw literally hundreds – no make that thousands – of Capetonians flock to the Matroosberg mountains on Sunday. Photo: Facebook

One Liverpool supporter walked alone in the snow that saw literally hundreds – no make that thousands – of Capetonians flock to the Matroosberg mountains on Sunday.

So many in fact that traffic queues miles long were reported heading in the direction of Ceres.

Snowfall since Friday has hit the Western Cape – as well as parts of the Eastern Cape, KwaZulu-Natal and even the Northern Cape.

The flurries have come during a particularly cold – and lengthy – winter season, but the picturesque conditions witnessed this weekend were welcomed by those unaccustomed to seeing a winter wonderland.

Even Table Mountain was decked in snow!

For Liverpool supporter Peter Ruthenberg, he and his family left home around 05:30 in six degree Celsius temperatures in order to beat the masses and get a first-hand glimpse of the most recent snowfall.

Ruthenberg, who watched his side held to a 1-1 draw by Chelsea at their Anfield home on Saturday, couldn’t resist whipping out his Liverpool scarf and proudly displaying it for the camera.

He even braved a pair of short pants!