It's normal to feel like you want to cry at the airport! From flight delays to crazy crowds and many people's fear of flying, it's normal to get a bit emotional. When Toronto Pearson International Airport ramp agent and American Airlines employee Jahmaul Allen saw a little girl crying on board a plane nearby, he decided to try to cheer her up with a bit of silly dancing. His moves were captured on video and quickly went viral. We're so very glad and happy to see all of the positivity it caused!
BUST A MOVE: Toronto ramp agent Jahmaul Allen saw a little girl upset on a flight and knew just what to do – breaking out some dance moves that put a smile on her face and had the entire flight erupting in approval. @TomLlamasABC reports. https://t.co/fZCdD8kwJR pic.twitter.com/9JRSpO795R— World News Tonight (@ABCWorldNews) January 2, 2019
“I usually don’t really have an impact on anyone. No one really notices me,” Allen told ABC News in a recent interview. “So for this to happen, for this to surface — it’s actually a blessing.”