Watch the video of the worker dancing below.
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An American Airlines employee began to dance at the airport tarmac as if no one was watching – but fortunately, someone was watching!
Passenger Suzanne Durham captured the joyful moment on camera and shared it with people around the world.
Speaking to ABC News, Suzanne said she had just settled into her seat when she noticed a worker prancing and spinning to bust dance moves using his wands.
Suzanne, a music producer and a social media manager, decided to share the heartwarming moment with everyone.
However, she admits that she missed capturing the initial dance steps.
“I was on the phone and looking out the window and he was literally out there dancing and doing all these moves with the luggage cart initially,” she said.
“I said, ‘I hope I capture him on video’ because he was just pure joy. All of a sudden he just starts dancing.”
Speaking of the man who was enjoying his day to the fullest, Suzanne said: “He is magic and we need this kind of joy in our lives.
“Part of my job I do social media, so I was just looking and thought, ‘Oh man I have to record this.’”
The video in which the man can be seen dancing on Nashville Airport in front of the gate C11 wearing his yellow vest got the attention of the internet as soon as it was posted online.
The clip was viewed hundreds of thousands of times, with people across the globe admiring the lively worker.
“I can’t stop watching this video, this guy will put a smile on any one’s face. Luv it,” said one Twitter user.
“What joy in his soul!” wrote another.
One person commented: “That’s great we all should be that happy!”
Grabbing the opportunity to criticize the airlines, one user quipped: “No wonder why they have delays!”
Some people were wondering if the worker will get in trouble for dancing at such a place, however, a spokesperson for American Airlines relieved their concerns.
“Crew chief Isaiah Foster [is] proving that when you love what you do, you can dance on the fly,” the spokesperson told ABC News.