Milkman caught dancing on lawn during his round
A milkman is delivering laughs to a couple by doing a daily DANCE move on their lawn during his round - even doing requests they leave on notes.
Paddy Leonard was first caught on CCTV pulling off ballet moves when he was delivering milk to Laura Paul 32, and partner Michael Flucker 35.
They only noticed the twinkle-toed milkman's moves when they watched the footage back on June 24.
Stunned Laura, from Bishopton, Renfrewshire, was so impressed she decided to leave Paddy a note asking him to do another routine.
The note read: "Hello dancing milkman we loved your moves the other night. Can you show us more?
And it didn't take long for Paddy to shine once again as he busted out his best John Travolta impression just weeks later on July 8.
The dancing star continued to impress Laura and Michael, a service engineer, pulling off Michael Jackson's moonwalk on July 15, Gangnam Style on July 25 and the Floss on August 1. Laura, who runs Erskine's Infusion Dance Company, said: "He started dancing at the end of June.
"We were just looking through our camera and my partner noticed it.
"I have got a dance school logo at the side of my car and it has a twirling ballerina on it so he copied that.
"We just started laughing, it was so funny.
"After that, I left him another note asking him to show us more moves.
"I just handwrite notes for him and sellotape them to the wall outside our house. "He didn't show us any more moves until two weeks later when he decided to be John Travolta.
"I shared the videos with my dance school and everyone loved them.
"We all laughed at it."Shortly after posting the videos online, members of the public started tagging the mystery milkman.
And Laura, mum to eight-month-old Esme, revealed she has plenty more up her sleeve for the dancefloor king.
She also hopes Paddy will show up for her dance school's end of year show.
The mum of one added: "He's a great sport."The next request we give him will be the macarena.
"I started to let the kids at the dance school to decide what they want him to do."The kids would love to meet him.
"We do an end of year show, so we'd love to see him there.
"Pauline Quigley, digital marketing manager at McQueen's Dairies, said: "He's really up for doing dance moves.
"They asked him to do the floss. I think he loves the attention."It's good to see Paddy making our customers laugh."