A Glasgow street artist has lit up the city's streets with a hilarious mural of Liam Neeson paying ode to a man who is a staple of the Scottish airwaves.
The satirical painting, by TapendTef, takes the iconic 'certain set of skills' scene from Taken in which the Northern Irish actor outlines to his daughter's kidnappers how he will rescue her.
However, Scots will notice that the action hero is in conversation with beloved Radio Clyde DJ George Bowie to request a clubland classic, according to GlasgowLive.
The Neeson speech bubble reads: "Happnin' Georgie boy, can ye play Concrete Angels?"
The painter has already used his brush to portray Pulp Fiction's Samuel L Jackson and John Travolta in some of his previous pieces, but this is his most recent use of a familiar face.
Some Glasgow celebrities have also been pictured with TapendTef's murals. Limmy took a selfie with one mural which paid homage to the comedian's famous Yoker bus sketch.
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