Rock star moments are fun, most of the time.

Imagine a small group of primary schoolers wanting to take a look at you.

Imagine this group keeps growing. The number gets above 50. You are completely surrounded by a wall of children.

Several shove papers and pens at you. You figure out this is for an autograph.

Sign one autograph and the rate of growth of the crowd goes exponential.

There are well over 100 of them (more are joining every moment) and all you can see is pieces of paper and pens being shoved in front of your face.

Just when I was sure I was doomed, a hand reached in and I was dragged away. A lovely teacher had stepped in to rescue me. I was secured in an office until the crowd thinned enough for me to get to an escape car. I spent 20 minutes with some students at a nearby high school before coming back. By then, the teachers had managed to get all the primary schoolers back in their classrooms.