Airport employees have a variety of roles serving thousands of passengers. When aircraft passengers face a delay or disruption to their flights, or have perhaps not had the most smooth conditions for their route, staff are on hand to make sure they are safe and happy. One American employee at Orlando International Airport took her people-pleasing skills to heart. She was captured on the airport grounds, after the plane had touched down, waving her airport marshal signs around as she performed a quickly dance.
The female was spotted by the window of the aircraft as it landed.
She initially appeared like any other wing walker, posing by the side of the vehicle to make sure the large aircraft had been guided in safely.
She carried one red marker stick in either hand.
Yet the lady quickly caused hilarity on board as she jogged her legs before waving the sticks out to the left and right sides in a bizarre dance.
She then swayed them in a sweeping motion under her hips.
Her light-hearted antics were caught on camera in a video which was posted on to Instagram site, Passengershaming.
It has since gone viral, with 231,086 views at the time of writing.
The clip was uploaded with the caption: “Getting ready for the weekend like… (this #MCO ramper is everything! i love her! ) #FRIDAYFEELING”
One Instagram user commented underneath to put: “This made my day.”
Another added: “Bringing smiles to everyone! I love it!”
A third then commented: “She just can’t hold it in!! Love this.”
Another rounded off with a joke, and put: “Ya’ll need to stop playing, planes be crashing!”
In a completely separate incident, a fellow aircraft marshall caused hilarity with a similarly unexpected dance.
For one employee at Toronto International Airport, Jahmaul Allen, the fun wasn’t over after his official duties ended and he put on quite the show for the passengers in the plane.
The cheeky chap, who was still holding red signals in each hand, put his legs together to jump down the parking area before switching to a regimented march.
During this, he swung alternate hands above his head in the comical display.
He then put his hands behind his back in a shimmy before deciding to walk backwards, and directly face the passengers in the plane.