A video of Glasgow's Yo Sushi has gone viral on social media - and it seems people can't get enough of it.
The video was uploaded by a Glasgow woman who decided to jump on the conveyor belt trend - and the results are amazing.
The trends sees someone place their phone on the belt at a restaurant - such as Yo Sushi - and let it film as it makes its way around the restaurant.
Many people will either shy away or give the camera a wave - and at times the belt will stop on someone making for a rather awkward moment.
Even the Yo! staff joined in.
Captioned the "longest conveyor belt ever", the three-minute-long video by katiethomson03 shows several customers sitting enjoying their meal in the city centre - but little did they know their peace was about to be broken.
As the phone makes its way around the eatery, 'Chopin Nocturne No. 2 Piano Mono - moshimo' plays in the background.
The video has racked up over 2.7 million views to date alongside almost 623.7k likes and 7,000 comments.
People jumped to the comment section and said they thought they video was "adorable" and they "could watch it all day."
One said: "This was the most peaceful 3 minutes of my life."
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A second added: "Literally feel like I know them all personally now."
A third noticed: "That one couple that looked like they were breaking up."
Another TikTok user, Hannah, said she spotted herself.
She wrote: "I can't believe my fyp (for you page) got this to me, caught me sitting on my own cuz my date cancelled and I decided to go out anyway."
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