BIZARRE footage shows the moment a semi-naked woman startled onlookers by dancing in a graveyard.
The clip shows the woman, dressed in a bra and black trousers, prancing around graves in a Dundee cemetery.
But rather than witnessing a black rite to raise the dead, it later turned out the performance was part of a student project.
Anna Ottorbeck, 22, took the Howff burial ground as part of her studies at the Scottish School of Contemporary Dance.
Charis Thompson filmed the performance and uploaded it to social media, where it has been watched more than two million times.
The short clip, which was posted on Friday, shows Anna waving her arms around as well as throwing her body from side to side.
She is also seen repetitively bowing over and rocking her head as part of the unique dance moves.
Throughout the video, Charis zooms in and out to show that Anna is definitely in a graveyard.
Whilst throwing her body around the graves, she turns towards the direction to where Charis is filming showing that she is wearing a bra and black trousers.
Anna continues to do the ballet-esque dance moves for a further 10 seconds before the clip ends.
Charis uploaded the clip to Twitter with the caption “Only in Dundee.”
Online, Paul McAnea wrote: “You said I couldn’t dance Grandad. Well look at me now.”
@JHughes399 said: “Thankfully I’ve never been caught dancing in the West Park cemetery.”
Another Twitter user commented: “Hahahaha she’s like a glitching sim.”
Another user said: “I think I peed myself.”
Suzanne Robertson commented: “I’ve heard folk say, ‘Will you dance on my grave’? Well this is it in action.”
Stephen Miller commented: “That’s defo a zombie man, she’s just popped up from one of them graves.”
Anna later told a local newspaper: “We’ve been filming here for a while, but last time no one really noticed us.
“Now we have lots of people looking – passers-by are shouting out and the residents in the flats above were laughing!”
However, Anna has insisted that this hasn’t stopped her.
She added: “It doesn’t bother me at all. I want to be a contemporary dancer so I’m not self-conscious about dancing in public, or my body.
“Most people have been very nice. They said I was brave.
“It is a bit cold but the constant movement warmed me up. We did also bring blankets.”
Earlier this month, a bizarre video showed a Dundee art student feeding pigeons whilst dressed as a pigeon.
19-year-old Niamh fenton, who calls herself ‘pigeon girl’ said the act was also part of an art project at the Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design.
She said: “She said: “I went into town as a pigeon to see the public’s reaction to a humanoid pigeon. I am frankly overwhelmed how this got out and how it exploded.”