Watch: Ayr firefighters uncover prohibited moves in waggish Running Man dance
May 7, 2016 - running watch
Phew. Ayr firefighters have got a prohibited moves.
The heroes strutted their things during an waggish slight during a town’s glow hire final night.
The organisation pulled out all a moves after they were challenged by colleagues in New Zealand to lift out a Running Man dance.
In front of a flashing glow engine, one even appears to perform a Russian dance while another shakes his bum.
West of Scotland SFRS emissary partner arch Paul Connelly said: “We were gay to learn that a firefighter colleagues in New Zealand had challenged us to perform a Running Man dance – they positively came to a right place.
“The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service didn’t persperate it. We are always happy to rivet with a communities and uncover that we are clearly prohibited things on a dance floor.
“So hose a best? we consider we extinguished any claims that we were not adult to a job.
“In fact – we trust a Ayr organisation has set a standard.
“It is illusory to see a clever clarity of partnership and intercourse between a puncture services who offer during a front line to strengthen communities via a world.”