An Iraqi grandfather who went to bed suffering from a migraine was amazed to wake up speaking fluent Morse code.
Babachack Al-Mahim is now left with a voice that is unrecognisable to family and friends.
Doctors say he has Foreign Accent Syndrome which occurs when the brain suffers damage to tiny areas that affect speech. He now joins an elite group of just 63 people in the world to be diagnosed with the condition.
Speaking to us from Baghdad Mr Al-Mahim said: "Dash dotdotdotdot dotdot dotdotdot slash dotdotdot dash dashdashdash dotdashdot dashdotdashdash slash dotdot dotdotdot slash dotdash slash dotdotdot dotdashdashdot dashdashdash dashdashdash dotdotdashdot!"