A WHITE-haired pensioner amazed late night bus passengers by producing a guitar and belting out an Oasis classic.
A video of the performance opens without the man’s face in shot and most viewers would assume the musician is in his 20s.
But when the camera on the Glasgow bus shows the Wonderwall singer it reveals a man who looks very likely to be claiming his pension.
Without missing a note the man faultlessly plays the guitar whilst the bus continues its journey with people making their way past him getting on and off.
Another person can be seen filming the pensioner as he energetically sways in time wth the song which has been sped up from the original version.
Keeping time by stamping his foot on the floor and hand thumping on the guitar the musician doesn’t miss a beat as he squeezes himself in to the narrow bus seating.
With other passengers joining in and singing along, the person sitting next to him can be seen pushed against the window in an attempt to video the singer.
At the end of the video the audience can be heard applauding his performance with the musician announcing: “That’s it!”.
The clip was filmed by Kayleigh Sinclair, 17, from Clydebank, who revealed the man is a regular on the No 2 First Bus.
Kayleigh said: “I got on the bus on Argyle Street in Glasgow and it was a First bus, number two, he got on it in Partick and got off just before Whiteinch.
“He usually gets on the midnight bus and does it until he gets off every week, he only sang around three or four songs.”
“All I know is he sings on the bus home after a night out and takes his guitar with him.”
“I would say he is in his 60s, I couldn’t tell you the names of the other songs I think they were older.”
One social media user wrote: “He’s sings like a 20-year-old too. So funny.”
But another summed up the feelings of many, writing: “If I never hear this song again I’ll be very happy.”
Earlier this year a group OAP’s went viral after they were filmed on a bus sing-a-long to a Billy Joel classic.
The tipsy pensioners left passengers on the Balliestone bus in stitches after one of the older ladies decided to give pole-dancing a try during the performance.
Oasis released the tune ‘Wonderwall’ in 1995, and it went on to become one of the biggest and most successful British songs of all time.
Former lead singer of the band, Liam Gallagher, apparently despised the song according to an MTV interview:
He said: “I can’t f***ing stand that f***ing song.”