A strange video of a bizarre conversation between a Scotsman and pop star Justin Bieber has emerged online.
The Canadian singer is filmed sitting on top of a wall, apparently in Scotland, and looking into the distance.
A car driver slows down next to him and asks Bieber in a broad Scottish accent: "What's happening Justin son?
You just hanging out?"
The confused-looking popstar looks down to the camera and asks "what?"
Before the car drives off a voice says: "F*** aye man."
Two men in the car then giggle as they leave the singing sensation on the wall.
Bieber is in Scotland to perform at the SSE Hydro in Glasgow as part of his Purpose world tour.
The video was uploaded to Twitter yesterday by Keith Annandale who wrote: 'Just spoken to Justin Bieber in Kinross.'
Keith, 17, apparently unimpressed by his close encounter with the pop A-lister, added: "The man's a f*****g gimp."
He later added that he heard the pop star tell two girls who came up to him afterward to 'go away'.
Keith told the MailOnline: "Had a drive down the Loch with three other mates. We seen him sitting on the wall."
"My video does not say nothing rude towards him, just my slang accent is hard to understand. Was just seeing what he was up to."
"The fame has got to his head."
The video has already attracted over 8,000 likes and favourites and countless comments.