Motorists across Sheffield have been left stunned all morning after spotting a number of topless drivers on the streets.
A number of digivans have been spotted on Sheffield's streets promoting ITV's The Real Full Monty which will air tonight at 8.30pm.
However, motorists have been forced to do a double-take after spotting that those driving the vans are topless.
The Full Monty famously depicts six unemployed men from Sheffield who put on a striptease to earn some badly needed cash.
It's been twenty years since the film, starring Robert Carlyle and Mark Addy, came out and ITV are marking the anniversary with a special at the London Palladium.
A number of celebrities will appear in ITV's charity special 'The Real Full Monty' tonight with Diversity dancer Ashley Banjo preparing the starts fro the show.
In March, the group rehearsed in Shiregreen Working Men's Club, the same venue used in the movie.
The tribute, hosted by Alexander Armstrong, aims to raise awareness of male cancers and is being supported by charities including Movember, Cancer Research, Everyman and Prostate Cancer UK.