There was chaos at London's Victoria railway station this afternoon after commuters broke into spontaneous song and dance.
The trouble began when the 15.45 all stations to Brighton was announced over the tannoy and a small group of travellers, seemingly thinking they were being filmed for a television commercial, began dancing to the rhythm.
By 4 o'clock some 500 people were singing and dancing on the concourse and the London Fire Brigade was called in to disperse the crowd using a water-jet.
This latest disruption comes 7 days after pandemonium at Waterloo when Napoleonic war re-enactors staged a recreation of the famous 1815 battle around the station. Duke of Wellington actor, Herbert Twinge, later admitted: "We may have made a cock up on the location front" and was detained pending psychiatric reports.