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A Southwest Airlines employee was caught on video busting a move during the de-icing of an airplane, and he completely steals the show.
The video, shared by: Claire Embil, on Nov. 14, shows a Southwest employee About the Sims in a crane next to a grounded plane in new york’s Mitchell International Airport, while apparently listening to the music.
“Idk who this guy is, but he did have a delayed flight, so much the better! It’s the small things in life,” tweeted Embil, who told the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, that she had never been on a plane while de-icing was going on.
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“He was in his own world, in between the cans, just jamming out. I couldn’t help but make a video,” Embil said.
Sims, who has worked for Southwest for nearly seven years, said that he was probably listening to ’90s R&B song at the time. To dance, he said, has been a part of his normal work routine.
“Most of the time I’m out there at 4 in the morning, so if I’m listening to music, or do I have to have a song stuck in my head, and I’m able to move in order to stay warm,” he said.
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The video has a lot of positive feedback online will be picked up by a few news outlets.
“I think it’s pretty cool,” Sims said. “With a lot of the things that are going on in the world today, someone recognized me, and she’s had a busy day with a flight is delayed, and the day was made better because of me.”