A popular Leeds busker was amazed after a homeless and disabled Irishman asked him for a duet - and blew him away with his voice.
Belfast native Bernard Davey asked guitarist and street performer Jonny Walker for a song a few days ago, which Mr Walker oblidged.
With a crowd already gathered, the busker didn't know what to expect but was left stunned by Bernard's cover of 'Summertime', which was a thorough crowd-pleaser.
Jonny, who is the director of the Keep Streets Live Campaign took to Facebook to tell how "blown away" he was by the man's voice.
He said: "I was blown away by his voice and delivery and asked him if he wouldn't mind doing it once more for the camera.
"He was happy to oblige. I love moments like these. I love my job."
The unlikely duo's song has been viewed more than 340,000 on Jonny's Facebook page.
To watch more of Jonny's videos visit: https://www.facebook.com/JonnySongs/
Courtesy of Jonny Walker/Facebook