Videos of dancer workers at Toronto Pearson International Airport went viral


Step Jahmaul Allen at the apron Toronto Pearson International Airport has been seen hundreds of thousands of times, after an airline passenger recorded him dancing while doing his job as a ramp agent.

"Honestly, I like what I do," Allen said.

"I like flight and I like to make passengers happy."

The 28-year-old said he had guided American Airlines to the appropriate gate for three years – and added that he was trying to bring a positive attitude to the job whenever he could.

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"I would say I do it every time, every time I feel like dancing and whenever I want to make someone happy on the plane," Allen said.

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He said the dance he performed on Sunday was because he saw the baby on the plane and tried to comfort him.

This video was originally recorded and uploaded to Instagram by @ekaterina_irko, but then went viral when posted to the popular entertainment page @ 6ixbuzz on the same social media application. With that post, then shared with 725,000 page followers.

"Honestly, I'm very happy," Allen said. "I was surprised; I didn't know it would be that big. I was happy and grateful that it was that far – it was a blessing, honest with you."

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Allen added that even though he was moving on the runway, he was still doing his job to guide the plane. The pilot, he said, was never confused by the dance.

"This flight has a perfect track," Allen said. "He knew where he was going, he knew where he would be parked and would not be disturbed at all from my dance movement."


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