A flight attendant and trained figure skater is turning the friendly skies into a fired-up dance party.
Michael Tongko became a YouTube star after the first of the year. In December, the flight attendant began entertaining passengers with choreographed moves during the opening safety announcements. There is an in-flight video of the dance that plays before takeoff, but first-class passengers cannot see it because their monitors are stowed.
So Tongko brings the show right to the aisle.
Zac Bowling posted the first viral video of Tongko's dance. The software engineer was flying back to San Francisco from Las Vegas, where he attended CES.
"Grab my camera as fast as possible!" was Bowling's first thought when the flight attendant began running up and down the cabin, gyrating while demonstrating the proper use of a seat buckle and oxygen mask. "He likes showing off, but he's a great guy."
Thanks to the FAA relaxing regulations on in-flight electronics use, Bowling was able to film Tongko.Read More »from Flight Attendant's Dance Routine Delights Online Viewers