This is the moment that a train traveller gets a whole carriage singing the Beatles' Twist and Shout.
The mystery man began singing to himself when he got on the Manchester to Huddersfield train at Tameside on Saturday night at 8pm.
But his singing was contagious and soon the whole carriage had joined in with rendition of the Beatles classic.
Dale Thomas, 27, was on the train with friends taking in the ale trail on a stag do and captured the incident on film.
The video has since been shared more than 100,000 times - but no-one has yet to name the mystery singer.
In it, the man has all 25 people n the carriage singing along with him - including some dance moves as the train speeds along.
Dale, a bank worker, had been travelling from Stalybridge to Huddersfield with his friends when the man got on at Mossley.
He said: “He got on the stop before our ale trail was due to finish.
“None of us had met him before, and he just got on and broke into song.
“The train was completely silent before he got on, he started singing just to himself but by the end there were about 25 people all singing at the top of their voices.
“Maybe he’d been on a one-man ale trail himself - he was definitely a character.
“I posted the video because I wanted to find out who he was.”
We've now spoken to Steve, the singing train man, find out what he had to say here!