A McDonald's employee has kept queues of customers entertained with his flamboyant dancing.

Gavyn Brewster, a floor manager at the restaurant in Swansea, treated his customers to dance routines soundtracked by the likes of Beyoncé, Shakira and Lady Gaga after the store reopened its drive-thru.

Those waiting to get their fast food fix at Morfa were directed through the traffic by Gavyn's dance moves.

Mr Brewster, 26, said: "We opened at 11am and had a queue from 9.30am."The way we split our car park is so that the cars are split into one of three lanes and then I direct one at a time into the drive-thru to keep as many cars as possible off the main road.

"I started speaking to all the customers in the cars and getting them ready.

"I'm a professional drag queen as well so I'm used to entertaining crowds.

Gavyn also performs as professional drag queen - Diana D.

"My name is Diana D and I'm a resident drag queen at the Kings Arms in Swansea in the nights and before the lockdown I was doing weddings, birthdays, hen parties, the lot.

"I was chatting to people and asking them if they knew what they were going to order and then someone was playing music.

"They blasted it up and I was dancing away and some people were recording me."

Gavyn Brewster has worked at McDonald's for the last year.

Charlene Williams, from St Thomas, was one of the many customers that witnessed Mr Brewster's dancing on Wednesday afternoon.

Charlene, 35, said: "It was at about 3.50pm and we were only there about 15 minutes but we saw him dancing.

"He said it would make his day if I played his favourite song and I found it and he started dancing for us all.

"He put a lot of smiles on people's faces."

Mr Brewster, who has worked at the restaurant for the last year, said that as his shift went on people were arriving at the drive-thru telling him that they had seen the videos of him dancing.

Mr Brewster, from Llanelli, said: "It's been mental.

"So many people have messaged me and I've seen one video with 46,000 views.

"As the afternoon went on people were coming in saying 'you're the one on Facebook' and I was even taking requests.

"People have been messaging me saying 'You've made me smile' and that's what my job is whether it's serving in McDonald's or in drag."

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