It's not every day you get to see the lead singer of the world's most famous heavy metal band pulling pints.
But that is exactly what happened in Cardiff's Fuel Rock Club on Thursday night when Iron Maiden singer Bruce Dickinson turned up behind the bar.
The club had just installed the band's new Trooper Red 'N' Black Beer on pump and Bruce decided to pop in.
The club's owner Rob Toogood said: "We never know exactly if Bruce is going to come but when I bumped into him backstage at a show in Barcelona he told me to let him know when I had the new beer in and he promised to pull a few pints for us.
"His son Griff was playing across the road with his band SHVPES so we guessed he might be about.
"He stayed most of the night just mingling, chatting, and posing for pics."
Rob even asked him if he wanted an area cordoned off.
"He looked at me and said: 'Who for? I'm not Kim Kardashian!'"