A TOP Scottish DJ has called for one of his fans to be “knighted” after footage emerged of him jumping a fence and dancing on a nearby boat during his latest performance.
The clip, filmed during Scottish DJ Jackmaster’s set at last weekend’s Riverside Festival, shows the reveller jumping the fence to leave the venue and making his way onto the boat moored on the River Clyde to dance to the music.
Jackmaster, real-name Jack Revill, shared the footage and demanded that the dancer be rewarded with a visit to Buckingham Palace and a knighthood from the Queen.
The DJ uploaded the incredible video to his Facebook page last night with the caption: “Whoever this guy is who bounced over the railings out of the mastermix stage and into the boat on the River Clyde, get him knighted right f****** now. This is Glasgow.”
The two-minute clip starts with a shot of the male music fan dancing on the boat as the electronic music blares out.
The camera then moves round to show the massive crowd packed into the riverside venue before going back to the man on the boat who is filmed using a rope as a makeshift pole to dance around.
The crowd continue to scream in the background as the DJ set continues whilst the dancing man is seen making his way onto another boat and performing a front flip.
He then makes his way across a bridge back to dry land before running across and jumping the temporary fence to rejoin the huge crowd inside the festival.
The video ends with huge cheers after the man’s successful dance trip before showing the rest of the crowd enjoying the music.
Facebook users have been quick to react to the clip.
James Murray wrote: “Only in Glasgow, what a city.”
Alan Bell commented: “Not all heroes wear capes.”
Michelle Harkness wrote: “Hahahah f*****g brilliant.”
Whilst Monica Contini added: “Crazy place indeed.”
Jackmaster is a Scottish DJ from Glasgow and in December 2014 was voted ‘Best DJ’ in DJ magazine’s Best of British awards.
The Riverside festival takes place in Glasgow by the River Clyde and brings the biggest names in house and techno music to the city.