Police were called to break up a "fully-fledged rave" on a London Underground tube train.
Commuters were seen dancing inside a carriage of the Bakerloo Line train which even featured neon lights and a smoke machine.
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The video, recorded on Monday night, shows people laughing and enjoying the music as the train pulled up to Regents Park station
The rave was MC'd by award-winning Harry Shotta and had Discoboy on the decks.
Discoboy told Mirror Online: "I took my Discoboy trolley and set it up inside the tube.
"We had a smoke machine, blacked a bit out and had a few lights and we invited a few people down.
"People were loving it."
Ravers enjoy the music
He added that he was playing for about 25 minutes before the police arrived and shut the party down.
British Transport Police confirmed they were called to the event after reports of raucous scenes on the train on Monday night.
We've just removed a fully fledged rave from a Bakerloo Line tube! 🎉 All light hearted and very co-operative. #Bakerloo running normally.
— BTP Paddington (@BTPPaddington) April 10, 2017
They tweeted: "We've just removed a full fledged rave from a Bakerloo Line tube.
"All light hearted and very co-operative. Bakerloo running normally."
Commuters were confused by the rave on Monday night
But not all commuters were impressed with the stunt.
Commuter Elise Myette asked why the performance was stopping her getting home.
A spokesman for BTP said: "At 10.40pm yesterday evening, BTP officers were called to the northbound Bakerloo platform at Paddington station after reports of a party on board a Tube.
"Officers attended and spoke with a man who agreed to turn off the speakers and the light systems, they then left the station.
"Whilst officers relish any opportunity to experience underground drum and bass, we'd kindly ask DJs to refrain from using the Tube as a pop-up club.
"It may be the Easter holiday but there is a time and a place and we'd ask everyone to consider other passengers using the network."