REAL MADRID legend Iker Casillas has shared a bizarre Instagram post about trains – and nobody seems to know why.
The former Spain No1, 37, posted a snap of himself standing on train tracks philosophically captioned "no one has seen me".
Casillas – now at Porto – appeared to be in the Portuguese hills with friends before posting the image.
In an Instagram post, he wrote: "I've seen trains go by. I have seen trains not leaving. I've seen broken trains. I have seen everything!
"And nobody has seen me!"
Ex-Barcelona forward Cristian Tello – now at Real Betis – was one of many social media users left baffled by the post.
Tello replied: "But what are you doing?"
Another social media user added: "Who knew trainspotting would be so philosophical."
Casillas continues to shine in his long, illustrious career, making 34 appearances in the Portuguese top flight and Champions League this season.
All in all, the Spaniard has made 878 club appearances, while racking up 167 international caps – totalling 1,045 games played already.
In that spell, Casillas won the World Cup in 2010, including two European Championship crowns.
Domestically, the Spaniard lifted the Champions League trophy three times, to go with five La Liga crowns with Real Madrid.
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