Cheeky DJ has gone viral after hosting illegal raves on a bus, a train and a ferry

Shakeil Luciano - known as Schak - travelled on multiple forms of transport holding secret DJ sets around his home city of Newcastle.

The 30-year-old Geordie left commuters shocked when he took over a double-decker bus to set up his decks along with a sound system and lights.

Footage shows ravers partying on the top deck of the 308 Arriva bus service as it travelled through the city centre.

Another video shows Schak and his pals piling into a Metro train carriage before partying as it pulled into St James’ Park station.

Schak donned a fake hi-vis Metro train staff uniform before launching into the secret dance party.

Videos of his unathorised raves have gone viral, with more than 100,000 people viewing and sharing them online.

In his latest video, Schak is seen hopping on a ferry and travelling down the Tyne as he blasts his music along the river.

Last month, he also held a three-minute rave in a showroom B&Q kitchen where he had to smuggle his decks into the store in black bin bags.

The North Shields DJ said the whole experience has been “awesome”.

He said: “I planned the events with friends, but the Metro and bus company didn’t know about it.

“I was very grateful to everyone who took their time out of their day to come and participate.

“They were all buzzing.

“The buzz you get from doing that I felt like I was playing Glastonbury main stage.