A pair of Dundee students danced from nine to five while dressed as Dolly Parton to raise money for charity.
Martha Gardiner 19, and Julia Burns, 20, dressed up like the singer and spent eight hours linedancing outside Gillies on Brook Street in Broughty Ferry on Saturday.
And while some shoppers were bemused by the pair’s fundraising antics, others happily joined the pair for a dance.
The event helped them raised more than £1,000 for Save The Children.
Martha said: “It went really well and we raised £1,350 so we are pretty chuffed.
“We’ve done a couple of things like this before but never to country music or danced for as long.
“I love Dolly Parton and we thought dancing from nine to five would be quite fitting.”
To make sure there was no slacking off, both Martha and Julia had to keep dancing even when eating, drinking or when taking a comfort break.
And while Broughty Ferry is not renowned for its love of country and western, Martha said she and Julia, who both attended Grove Academy, had been overwhelmed with the response from passers-by.
“We had quite a few people joining in and others were buying us coffees or drinks,” she said.
Julia is studying at Dundee University’s Duncan of Jordanstone art college while Martha is about to start studying at Abertay University.