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Cameraman sings to Masters crowd during power cut

15 January 2014 Last updated at 12:39 GMT

A BBC cameraman entertained snooker fans at the Masters by performing songs during a power cut.

Former Masters champion Ding Junhui and Shaun Murphy were about to start play when the venue experienced a rare blackout.

But quick-thinking Jim Cemlyn Jones kept crowds happy by grabbing his guitar when the lights went out and singing one of his own songs.

Jones told BBC Radio 5 live's Breakfast: "They wanted me to do another song, so I did... I was just totally oblivious, I didn't realise anyone actually enjoyed what I'd done."

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