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Roofer Hears Salsa Music & Immediately Busts Into Hysterical Moves.

Work can be pretty boring. Why not break up the day with a quick dance break now and then?

Roofer Andrew Wilcox did just that while building a shed one day. A coworker snapped a quick video and Andrew uploaded it to YouTube, where it quickly went viral because of its infectious joy!

Andrew, was hammering away when the Enrique Iglesias song “Bailando” came on the radio. In spite of the fact that he was on a rooftop that was at least 30 feet in the air, Andrew started shaking his hips in an hilarious salsa dance that would put a smile on even the grumpiest person’s face.


“I lived for two years as a missionary in Arizona learning to speak Spanish, have eaten super spicy dishes, can cook mean re-fried beans, and have spent many days working alongside Mexicans at construction site,”¬†Andrew explained on YouTube.¬† “It’s only natural that when the radio plays those Latino tunes my hips start to sway.”


For just under a minute, Andrew displays some truly impressive dance moves, made even more impressive by the fact that he was performing them so far off the ground! Most people have at least a passing fear of heights, but not Andrew!


He jumps. He dips. He dives… and that somersault! At one point he even gets his coworker in on the action!


“I love the music. I love the culture. I love the dance,” said Andrew.

We can tell, Andrew. Way to lighten up the work day!

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