An 8-year-old boy from Connah's Quay has been keeping his neighbours entertained by impersonating one of his musical idols during lockdown.
During the day Harrison Catherall is himself, but every Thursday after the nation has clapped for the NHS, he transforms into music legend Freddie Mercury.
After putting on a leather jacket, dying his hair black and applying a fake moustache, Harrison is ready to impersonate one of his favourite performers.
The moustache is kind of annoying sometimes but you have to go with it, I don't blame Freddie for having it, his stuck to his body but mine is just a fake one.
When asked about his 'fan club', mainly made up of neighbours on the road as well as some online, Harrison blushed "it is pretty cool".
His performances have formed part of the routine on the street, with one neighbour's recording of Harrison receiving thousands of likes and views on Facebook.
It was a bit of a shock to us when we he did it on the first Thursday but it was all his idea, he wanted the moustache he wanted to dye his hair.
"We had heard him singing the songs throughout the house but it definitely caught us by surprise a little bit," Liz continued.
"It a started when he watched the new film about Freddie and then he started doing little impersonations and the neighbours love it.
"We had a comment from someone online that was watching from Australia, Harrison was in shock."