Police were called in after a pedestrian lay down in front of a bus after the driver honked his horn at him.
Greater Manchester Police say the 50-year-old staged a one-man protest at Shudehill bus station after the driver beeped at him for walking slowly across the road.
The man obviously didn’t take too kindly to being prompted to get across the road at a quicker pace.
So he laid on the road in front of the vehicle.
Police were called and officers moved the man.
A police spokesman said: “Police were called at 11.55am to a 50-year-old man lying down on the road in Shudehill. Passers-by said the driver had beeped at the man who was walking slowly across the road.
“The man then laid down in front of the bus.”
Police said the man then walked off.
It is not understood how long the man laid in the street.