An imitator of singer Elvis Presley in Scotland gave a party to raise the morale of his neighbors who were confined to their homes as a result of the outbreak of the Coronavirus, and received a warm reception from them, but the police came to the place after receiving a complaint about the noise.
Dean Alsop wore a white suit and put loudspeakers on the balcony of his apartment in Cottbridge, east of Glasgow, on Monday and performed the “Burning Love” song by Elvis Presley in 1972.
Mobile video clips from the party have been seen thousands of times, showing neighbors shouting and clapping for the singer.
But she also showed police officers at his door, after complaints were received from local residents.
“All of it was to serve the national health system and the police. I wanted to do it professionally, no one on the street knew what was going on. I put loudspeakers. I was more nervous,” the Glasgow Life website quoted AlSop, 47, as saying. Than if I were to perform on stage. “
He added: “The police came after receiving one complaint, but he explained that the officers who took his name and date of birth, saw the funny side of this matter.”“.
He continued: “They said people can hear the song three blocks away … and they let me finish it.”
Alsop, who began working as an imitation of Elvis 14 years ago, said he plans to launch a charity show in Glasgow as soon as the Corona virus crisis ends..