SEE IT: Southwest Airlines worker dances while de-icing plane

SEE IT: Southwest Airlines worker dances while de-icing plane


One Southwest Airlines employee danced like nobody was watching while de-icing a plane at Milwaukee’s Mitchell International Airport last week  On Nov. 14, a Southwest plane had to be de-iced on the tarmac before taking off The passengers, already on the plane, were waiting for the process be done when one passenger, Claire Embil, looked out her window Advertisement  “I had never been on board a flight while they were de-icing so naturally I was really curious,” she told USA Today.  There was an airline employee perched on a crane, showering the plane with a hose to remove ice from the plane’s wings But Embil noticed the worker was having a bit of fun while doing it, dancing up a storm  “He was in his own world in between the sprays just jamming out,” she told USA Today “I couldn’t help but take a video” [More U.S. News] First in-vitro birth of toad near extinction gives scientist hope »  Embil posted the video on Twitter, writing, “Idk who this man is but he made a delayed flight so much better! It’s the little things ” Idk who this man is but he made a delayed flight so much better! It’s the little things @MitchellAirport @SouthwestAir pic.twitter.com/CuunTWR4Kt— Claire Embil (@ClaireEmbil) November 14, 2019  The dancing man turned out to be Davon Sims, a Southwest employee who’s been with the company for nearly seven years and who likes to whistle while he works Most Read Slain family friend of Aamir Griffin was killed by ex-boyfriend’s new lover over pregnancy scare: sources ‘Give me the baby!’ Deranged man tries to take 10-month-old girl from mom in Queens Smugglers cut massive hole in border wall, drive truck through it  Sims said “it didn’t really matter” to him if any of the plane’s passengers were watching him get down to what was probably an R&B song from the 1990s [More U.S. News] Beck says he’s not a Scientologist: ‘I don’t have any connection or affiliation with it’ » “Usually I’m out there at 4 in the morning,” Sims told USA Today “Either I’m listening to music or I have a song stuck in my head and I’m moving to stay warm ”  He added that “it;s pretty cool” that he was able to bring joy to those who caught a glimpse of his moves  “With a lot of things going on in the world, someone recognized me and they were having a rough day with their flight being delayed and that day was made better by me,” he said

2 Replies to “SEE IT: Southwest Airlines worker dances while de-icing plane

  1. I’m surprised because of this climate we are in that he was not immediately fired and the airline issues an apology for there employee have fun .

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