Man marks homework during Liam Gallagher's Glastonbury set

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This year's Glastonbury attracted a few more news lines than usual for possibly the largest music festival in the world.

Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl dedicated a song to a naked guy and beat Adele's swearing record.

Jeremy Corbyn gave a speech in which he threw shade at Donald Trump.

He went on to tell NME that running through wheat fields is terrible thing to do, and served the crowd some beer.

Oh, and Lord Buckethead was there too.

He told crowds he'd be a better Brexit negotiator than Theresa May.

Now images have emerged of a man marking what appears to be homework during Liam Gallagher's set.

The clip was shared by Twitter user Chris Longman, who added the caption:

When you've got a deadline on Monday but Liam Gallagher is life. #glastonbury

According to BBC Radio 2 presenter Jo Wiley, the crowds were so big people couldn't get into the field Liam was playing in.

The set was played on The Other Stage and Gallagher performed a mix of Oasis classics and new material.

The marking took place during one of the new songs You Better Run, You Better Hide.

Not sure what Liam would make of that.

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