Watch public struggle not to lose their minds after seeing LeBron James

During an off day from his day job with the Cleveland Cavaliers LeBron James surprised customers at a pizza shop in Los Angeles.

James, one of the most recognisable sports stars in the US, took part in a viral ad for Blaze Pizza in Pasadena and shocked the public by appearing as new worker ‘Ron’.

The reactions to Ron’s appearance are brilliant, as they range from star-struck to asking if he was fellow basketballer Dwyane Wade.

One poor guy looks fit to burst after seeing LeBron and we really hope he got an autograph after!

Given the message at the end of the video, this might not be the end of ‘Ron’ just yet.

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