Unsuspecting commuters at Victoria Station had a surprise over the weekend when they were treated to a rousing rendition of the Welsh national anthem.
A singing flashmob, led by Welsh rugby legend Scott Quinnell, gave crowds at the west London station a bit of a surprise.
The performance was filmed by official Welsh rugby jersey sponsors Admiral ahead of their World Cup clash with England on Saturday.
Speaking in the video, Scott said: “This is an opportunity for us to show the world what the spirit of Welsh rugby is all about.”
The choir was made up of employees from Admiral who came from nowhere to join Scott in the singing of Hen Wlad Fy Nhadau.
Many stopped to take photos on their smartphone, join in or even give Scott a big hug.
Admiral’s chief operating officer David Stevens said: “We wanted to do something fun and unexpected to get behind the team.
“We’ve been Welsh shirt sponsor since 2010, and our partnership with the WRU has always focused on our staff.
“The men and women of our Admiral Inspire Choir work in our South Wales offices and were thrilled, if not a little nervous, to take part.
“Scott Quinnell was the perfect captain for the day – you’d struggle to find a more passionate Welshman.”