He’s known for being a real hit with the ladies – despite being 78 – and Rolling Stones rocker Mick Jagger was at it once again on Sunday.
The charismatic singer agreed to pose with a selection of dirndl-clad beauties while sight-seeing in Vienna, for a photo opportunity.
It was only a bit of fun though and Mick’s ballerina girlfriend Melanie Hamrick was also with him.
You CAN always get what you want! Mick Jagger continued to be a hit with the ladies as he posed with dirndl-clad females while taking in the sights of Vienna with Melanie Hamrick
In one shot, Mick could be seen whipping off his face mask as the ladies all rushed towards him for the unique photo moment.
He looked rather fetching wearing a patterned shirt and cream chinos with trainers, while wearing a baseball.
Posting the snaps on Instagram, he wrote: ‘Thanks for a great night Vienna!’ and his son Lucas simply wrote: ‘Lol’ in the comments.
Rock star: The ladies all seemed to be delighted to be meeting their hero
Mick has been been touring Europe on The Rolling Stones’ SIXTY Tour.
And he also appeared in great spirits as he explored the Austrian capital on Thursday evening, going unnoticed by fellow tourists.
In a series of snaps shared to his Instagram page the frontman stopped at a late night hotdog stand before taking to the stage at the 50,000 seat Ersnt Happel Stadium.
‘Vienna by night’: Mick also shared a picture of himself enjoying a hotdog ahead of the Rolling Stones’ gig on Thursday
The rocker seemingly made the most of the quiet streets as he took in the city’s spectacular architecture.
Sir Mick cut a casual figure wearing a light shirt which he layered under dark trousers and a denim jacket.
The musician also donned a black baseball cap for the outing as he attempted to go incognito.
Tourist: The rocker seemingly made the most of the quiet streets as he took in the city’s spectacular architecture
Late night shenanigans: He captioned the snaps: ‘Vienna by night, see you at the show!’
The Brown Sugar hitmaker then posed next to the famous Danubebrunnen fountain which was lit beautifully by the moonlight.
He captioned the snaps: ‘Vienna by night, see you at the show!’.
One follower wrote: ‘ Those 2 guys next to Mick [at the hot dog stand] has no idea that the best Rock star in world is next to them [sic].
Keeping it casual: The musician also donned a black baseball cap for the outing as he attempted to go incognito
Fans: One follower wrote: ‘ Those 2 guys next to Mick [at the hot dog stand] has no idea that the best Rock star in world is next to them [sic].
It comes after Sir Mick larked around in Brussels on Monday as he continued his European tour.
The rocker posed alongside a bronze statue of the Belgian singer Jacques Brel where he pretended to steal the microphone to belt out a song.
The Paint It Black singer could also be seen enjoying a cocktail before taking in the sights, again going unnoticed by other tourists.
Fun on tour: It comes after Sir Mick larked around in Brussels on Monday as he continued his European tour
Immersing himself in the culture, the frontman posed against a wall honouring the late Belgian author and Tin Tin creator, Hergé.
Later he grabbed a snap of himself next to one of the city’s famous bendy buses – as well as a large pile of rubbish.
He captioned the snaps: ‘Had a great time exploring Brussels, looking forward to seeing you tonight at King Baudouin!’
Culture vulture: Immersing himself in the culture, the rocker posed against a wall honouring the late Belgian author and Tin Tin creator, Hergé
The band returned triumphantly to the stage after postponing shows as a result of Mick testing positive for COVID-19.
Last month, the rocker shared an update insisting he was ‘feeling much better’, and thanked his fans for their well wishes.
Taking to Instagram, Mick said: ‘Thank you all so much for your well wishes and messages the last few days.
‘I’m feeling much better and can’t wait to get back on stage next week! The Amsterdam date has been rescheduled for July 7 and we’ll have news of the new Bern date ASAP.
He signed off: ‘See you soon! Mick’.
Back in action: The band returned triumphantly to the stage after postponing shows as a result of Mick testing positive for COVID-19 (pictured on stage in Brussels)