Viral Videos: On-board safety check gets sexy

2017-11-16 19:00 - Ishani Chetty
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Cape Town - Safety protocol is important when flying and although it may seem rather mundane at times, a Southwest Airline crew member decided to spice things up during the safety demonstration. 

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Bringing Sexy back 

The passengers of Southwest Airlines were treated to a special show from flight attendant Nicholas Demore, showing off his sultry dance moves. Although we may feel slightly uncomfortable there is no doubt that this made passengers giggle. Justin Timberlake would say that this show brought 'sexy back'.

Demore dropped it like it's hot to the beat of the announcements - a smooth performance as the flight made its way from Dallas to Las Vegas. Passengers were all smiles and whipped out their phones to capture the moment as he strutted his stuff down the aisle. While whipping the seat belt back and forth, passenger Samantha Lynch Kintner captured footage of Demore's classy moves and shared it on Facebook. 

The flight attendant that read the instructions over the intercom could not keep her composure, bursting into laughter near the end. 

Kitner wrote in her Facebook post, "My flight attendant is awesome."

Check Demore shake it off below: 

This incident comes after a recent viral video of Southwest Airline operations and ramp agent, Kyran Ashford, demonstrated a dance and rap session for travellers. It seems that the the staff of Southwest airlines are more than just airline employees. Their cheeky attitudes and vibrant nature make them stand out from the rest. 

The airline shared their delight with the Daily Mail. "We love that he has created such a lighthearted and memorable experience for Southwest customers."

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