The Trondhjems Studentersangforening is a prestigious Norwegian choir over 100 years old. As they do every year on Norway‘s Constitution Day, they assembled by the statue of Olav Tryggvason in the central plaza of Trondheim to sing Olav Trygvason.

This year, an unexpected guest was awaiting them at the early hours of the morning. A teen who had passed out drinking the night before had made camp at the statue of Olav Tryggvason, so the choir decided to ease him through his hang over with some nice music.