Published: 12:30, 29 July 2015
What's the best way of curing the boredom of being stuck in Operation Stack?
Partying, of course.
One Kent prankster and entertainer has been taking the party to lorry drivers stuck in the miles of queues.
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Lee Marshall, aka #DiscoBoy, went down to join truckers on the A20 in the Roundhill Tunnel near Folkestone on Monday night while blasting out tunes.
Lorry drivers and passing motorists through the tunnel got involved and joined the party atmosphere.
Some can be seen laughing along and filming the joker's antics on their mobile phones.
Mr Marshall, from Sturry, has filmed several other videos around Kent.
He describes himself as as an “entertainer prankster DJ host” on his Twitter profile.
The joker can be seen entertaining the drivers clad in only a pair of boxer shorts, a hat and a pair of sunglasses, dragging a set of speakers on wheels.
Earlier this year he performed an impromptu set for shoppers at Tesco in Whitstable and was the man who pitched his tent on the outfield during the Kent v Australia tour match in Canterbury last month.
The controversial traffic measures that allow lorries to park on the M20 while they wait to cross into Europe have been in place since yesterday morning.
It is the sixth time since June Op Stack has been implemented, causing travel chaos for lorry drivers, holidaymakers and locals.
Video: #Discoboy gets in the party spirit during Op Stack