A man singing at the top of his voice kept a host of commuters waiting at a bus stop in Wales amused.
For many people, waiting at a bus stop is the epitome of boredom, but not for this man, who can be gesturing wildly and singing loudly while waiting for his transport to arrive in Caerphilly.
According to the Mirror, a passing motorist managed to capture the scene on camera, and can be heard giggling away in the background as they look on.
The man sings his heart out while listening to music on his headphones, oblivious to everyone around him.
Wales Online reports that it's not the first time he's been seen singing in public.
When the video was posted on Facebook, users said they'd seen him singing around town.
One said: "He's always doing it, luv him, so funny."
And another added: "That's the boy that was singing on my bus the other day."
Well, whatever keeps him happy.
A good singalong on public transport can often bring a smile to commuters' face. Back in June, a merry pensioner decided to conduct a singalong on a late-night train service to Kent - and it seemed to go down pretty well.
Passengers were travelling in silence from London Victoria to Ashford when the the man got to his feet and started belting out the Scout song Kumala Vista, reports the Metro.
According to Kent Online, the happy warbler was a Sevenoaks strawberry farmer called Martin Clews, who owns Stonepitts Farm in Seal.
He reportedly kept around 50 people singing away for about an hour on the last Southeastern train to Ashford.