Classical percussionist Alan Drever-Smith, from Kingston upon Hull, called the taxman. Like everyone else, he was left listening to the music.
For forty minutes.
‘Spent so long on hold today that I transcribed it before they picked up,’ he wrote.
Now he’s famous. More than 800 people have shared Alan’s transcription and the Telegraph have picked up the story.
Maybe he’ll get a tax rebate.
Or make HMRC change its tune.