Live on BBC News 24, BBC consumer affairs correspondent Karen Bowerman interviews a man who she believes to be Online Music Expert Guy Kewney.
It was originally reported that he was a taxi driver who has no idea what's going on and knows absolutely nothing about what he's being interviewed on, but it emerged later that he was Guy Goma, a graduate from the Congo who was there for a job interview instead.
His expression once he realises he's being interviewed on air is absolutely priceless.
Karen Bowerman: Guy Kewney is editor of the technology website Newswireless.
Face of horror
KB: Hello, good morning to you.
Taxi driver: Good morning.
KB: Were you surprised by this verdict today.
Taxi driver: I am very surprised to see... this verdict to come on me because I was not expecting that. When I came they told me somehting else and I am coming. So a big surprise anyway.
KB: A big surprise, yeah, yes.
Taxi driver: Exactly.
KB: With regards to the costs involved do you think now more people will be downloading online?
Taxi driver: Actually If you can walk everywhere yoy are going to see a lot of people downloading the internet and the website and everything they want. But I think eh It is much better for development and eh to inform people what they want and to get the easy way and so faster if they are looking for.
KB: It does really seem the way the music industry's progressing now that people want to go onto the website and download music.
Taxi driver: Exactly you can go everywhere on the cyber cafe and you can take, you can go easy. It is going to be an easy way for everyone to get something to the internet
KB: Thank you. Thanks very much indeed.