The Airport Tarmac Dancer Is Back and He’ll Make Your Day

Dec 19, 2017

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In October, the world was graced with the presence of Kyran Ashford and his unforgettable tarmac dance moves. The JetStream Ground Services employee was caught popping, locking and dropping it at Greater Rochester International Airport (ROC) while directing a plane on the tarmac.

Ashford’s at it again — he was actually spotted by the same person who captured the first video. He was again directing a Southwest 737 while he shook his hips and executed an excellent slide. You’ve got to love someone who’s able to make their job fun for themselves and for the passengers, especially during this high-stress holiday travel period. Check out more of Ashford’s performances on his YouTube channel.

Featured image courtesy of Terry McBride.

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