Camera Captures Breaking News Scene, But Zooms In On Man When He Starts Dancing

by Ann-Sophie Kaemmerle
Native New Yorker, University of Virginia graduate, runner, and sometimes stand-up performer.

Covering breaking news tends to be a very serious affair, but one man on the scene of a developing story decided to put on a lighthearted display that has since gone viral.

Bryan Amann was working when he noticed helicopters were hovering near his office, so he went on the roof of a garage to investigate. 

The SkyFOX team was, at the time, getting footage of the scene where three cars had been involved in an accident, also damaging an office.

On the parking garage roof, Bryan saw the cameras pointing in his direction and decided to get their attention. So he started dancing!

He succeeded — cameras quickly zoomed in on the man clowning around on the scene of the developing story. He even had to check his phone to see if the camera was still focusing on him!

When I ran over there, I had to look at my phone to make sure that the guy was looking at me,” he told FOX10 of his newfound fame. “You gotta get the guy’s attention and then when he had me on the zoom it was go time. As I was doing my moves, I had to make sure I was still in the screen, because I wouldn’t want to waste good dance moves.”

Now, he’s known as the “Scottsdale Dancing Man” and is making thousands of people laugh!

Please SHARE if you can’t stop laughing at Bryan’s moves!

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