We've seen some genius ways Scots have been cheering themselves and their pals up during this coronavirus lockdown.

But one Airdrie resident's efforts might top the lot after he decided to give his neighbours a boogie-box boost by putting on a disco outside his home.

A viral video on Twitter shows the booth set up on the DJ's Dundrennan Drive doorstep as he blasted some tunes for the Chapelhall street to enjoy while they pass the time stuck indoors.

Complete with lights and a microphone, the DJ had residents bopping to The Backstreet Boys' classic Everybody - apparently a request from his neighbours.

Locals have a dance as the DJ blares out tunes from his doorstep

Filming from her upstairs window, Taylor Mcguigan can't contain her laughter as she writes: "Street's gone mad. Class patter."

Next up is Robbie Williamss' Rock DJ as locals get in the spirit of things and dance along on the pavement while respecting social distancing.

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The mystery selector is Bobby of Glasgow wedding and events duo 2fatdjs, who said: "Just a bit of fun to cheer up the neighbours."

The clip has racked up nearly six thousand likes and over 500 retweets since being uploaded on Twitter on Saturday night.