An Dundee man’s “Scottish House Mafia” video has gone global after he shared it online.
The footage shows Aberdeen Lynx ice hockey player Ross McIntosh behind cardboard decks while techno music plays loudly in the background.
He is seen performing with a fire extinguisher acting as a smoke machine.
The Dundee-born joiner today spoke of the impact of the video going viral online.
The original clip, posted on Twitter, has been watched more than 344,000 times, featuring on a number of Facebook pages including Scottish Banter and Croatia Club News.
Ross told the Evening Express: “We always have music playing when we are working and it’s something I always do for a laugh is playing air guitar or the drums etc and we just thought it would be funny to set up fake DJ decks and film it.
“Luckily we had a fire extinguisher there as well which I think made it funnier.
“It’s crazy how popular it’s got in just a few days. It was literally just a bit of banter at work that I thought my friends on social media would find funny but it’s turned out to be way bigger than just my friends.
“My phone hasn’t stopped for five days straight.”
When asked if he’d got any bookings off of his tweet, the 27-year-old said: “Not yet haha. Hopefully get myself to Ibiza next summer. The realist pretender out there!”
You can watch the original video below. Follow him on Twitter @rossmc1991
Scottish house mafia. Book your tickets for my European tour now. pic.twitter.com/Z8ofJ2rPLw
— Ross McIntosh (@rossmc1991) October 12, 2018