HOLLYWOOD’S Bill Murray drank gin and sang with students at their party — and even stopped cops shutting it down.
Revellers were starstuck when the Ghostbusters legend, 69, turned up at the flat in St Andrews, Fife.
Murray — who was in the town for the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship golf — was invited by Hugh Kelly, 26, after he bumped into the actor at a pub.
The Glasgow University student said: “He started drinking with us and we managed to get him back to ours after. He’s nearly 70 and he’s just there getting hammered with us.”
Knowing the star was a massive fan of Scottish folk music, Hugh started playing classic song Loch Lomond on his guitar.
He said: “From the corner of the party, he came straight to the microphone and started singing. It went silent and we just jammed away for a bit.”
Hugh shared a video online of the Lost in Translation star blasting out Loch Lomond at the top of his lungs, with a drink in hand.
Hugh said Murray even used his A-list status to stop cops shutting down the party. The actor told the gathering: “I don’t fear the police, but I respect their power.”
Hugh added: “Bill stood up and just stared at them, and then the police were just like, ‘Oh sorry guys, just keep it down a bit, have a good night’. He’s an odd guy but a lovely guy.”
Their brief relationship ended when Hugh was asked to fetch a beer, but came back only with sparkling water and Murray said: “What the f*** are you doing?”
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Hugh said: “We didn’t speak after that.”
Murray is having an eventful time in Scotland. A car that had just dropped him off in St Andrews was involved in a four-vehicle smash last week.
Afterwards he was spotted with a bandage around his hand.
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