Here's a performance you wouldn't want to break a leg in: Lord of the Rings star Billy Boyd has taken part in the world's largest synchronised taekwondo routine.
The Glaswegian actor joined staff at KPMG in his home city for the Big Blue Kick to raise money for children's charity Barnardo's.
The co-ordinated martial arts display took place in locations across the UK including London, Bristol, Manchester and Leeds and involved around 900 people.
The exercise raised £50,000 and was officially verified as a new Guinness World Record for the greatest number of people participating in a co-ordinated taekwondo display at multiple venues.
In Glasgow, martial arts instructors Nikos Jakubiak and Angie Bailey led Billy, 30 KPMG staff and students from the Central Taekwondo Academy in Falkirk through the routine.
The star said: "It's been a privilege to be involved with today's record-breaking effort. Everyone taking part has had a lot of fun raising money for such a worthwhile cause."
KPMG, which sponsors the Great Britain taekwondo team, has raised over £1million throughout the UK for Barnardo's in the first 18 months of its two-year fundraising commitment to the charity.
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