An airport tarmac worker in Toronto gave an entire plane life as he danced along the aircraft in order to get a child to stop crying. While the man expected a few looks from other passengers as he showed off his best moves as the American Airlines flight was geting ready for departure, he didn't expect to be video taped. The Toronto Pearson ramp agent was simply hoping to put a smile on the face of a distraught child.
"I would say I do it every now and then, whenever I feel like the mood to dance and whenever I want to make someone happy on the plane," Jahmaul Allen said of his stunt.
And as for those always-trying-to-put-a-damper-on-some-fun commenters, "The flight has a perfect path. It knows where it's going, it knows where it's going to be parked and it's not being interrupted whatsoever from my dance moves."