George Clooney visited an Edinburgh café to eat a sandwich on Thursday and Scotland absolutely lost the plot.
Clooney was invited to the Social Bite café, which donates all its profits to charity and employs people who used to be homeless, and Scotland simply could not handle the excitement.
People waited outside in the freezing streets for four hours to catch a glimpse of him.
The whole of the Scottish press gathered on Rose Street in anticipation of his arrival.
Rumours swept the crowd as to what kind of sandwich the Ocean's Eleven star might treat himself to.
People imagined what Scottish delights Clooney might sample during his visit.
Maybe he would opt for a traditional Scottish lunch.
Suddenly, Clooney arrived in a Jaguar and the crowd went absolutely bananas.
He was mobbed by fans.
Journalists asked him the question on everyone's lips.
As Clooney disappeared inside the café, we were promised a live broadcast of the Batman & Robin actor tucking into a wee sandwich.
He sat down with café owner Josh Littlejohn and was treated to "a platter" of chicken and bacon sandwiches and a selection of baked goods.
But there was confusion as to whether he actually ate any sandwiches.
The Sky News reporter on the scene said the sandwiches remained "untouched", although the café owner insisted Clooney had some sandwiches along with "a little cake".
Clooney took this weird selfie with staff.
Then he donated £5 to buy a homeless person some lunch as part of the "suspended" service the cafe offers, in which people can pre-pay for meals.
One Social Bite staff member, Sonny Murray, met Clooney and said afterwards: "Only two years ago I was living on the streets of Edinburgh with a heroin addiction and unable to even afford to eat. Today I'm in full-time employment, have an amazing family, and I just made lunch for one of the biggest stars on the planet!"
After spending about 40 minutes in the café, Clooney set off to have lunch with a Scottish girl who won a competition, and will host the Scottish Business Awards on Thursday evening.
It is unclear when Scotland will recover from the visit.
Jamie Ross is a Scotland reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in Edinburgh.
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