The BBC's political editor James Landale was just looking to get a person on the street to comment about the potential expansion at Heathrow Airport in the U.K.
He got a "man on the street" alright - he ended up talking with the man himself, Henry Winkler, who most know as the Fonz from "Happy Days."
Winkler, who most recently starred in "Royal Pains," was coming out of a store and Landale asks him if he's a resident and what he thinks about the airport's expansion.
"Instantly I became a gabbling, star-struck idiot, asking if he had a vote here (doh! he's an American actor), how his pantomime was going and even if he had a view on Heathrow (what was I thinking?)," Landale wrote.
It's pretty hilarious and random. Watch below.