Travel Watch: Southwest employee dances while he de-ices a plane in Milwaukee, turns heads

18:26  22 november  2019
18:26  22 november  2019 Source:   usatoday.com

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worker keeps delayed Southwest passenger entertained as he de - ices her plane in Milwaukee She saw a dancing worker de - icing the plane , making her flight 'so much better' Artist and gymnast Ms Embil, 20, said: 'It was fun to watch him being so happy!' A dancing airport employee brightened a passenger's day while de - icing her plane .

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At Milwaukee's Mitchell International Airport an employee was caught dancing on the job. 

On Nov. 6, UW-Madison student Claire Embil was on a Southwest flight to Baltimore, then on to Hartford, Connecticut, to look at grad schools.

 As she was on the plane, it had to stop on the tarmac to be de-iced. 

"I had never been on board a flight while they were de-icing ... so naturally I was really curious," she said. 

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Very unlikely you can de - plane on a continuing flight (usually a 'short- turn '). I dislike continuing flights and NEVER check luggage, as it will often get taken off the plane during stop-over and you will arrive with no checked bags.

She was watching the mist come out of the hose when she noticed the employee in the crane holding the hose. 

"He was in his own world in between the sprays just jamming out. I couldn't help but take a video," Embil said. 

She tweeted a video of the man saying she didn't know who the man was "but he made a delayed flight so much better! It's the little things." 

The Southwest employee was Davon Sims, who has worked for Southwest for nearly seven years.

Sims said he was probably listening to a '90s R&B song and dancing is a part of his normal work routine. 

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She headed for the airplane door soon after he told his uncle that he would call again when he landed, and qualified it with a That is exactly what happened. An Arabic-speaking Southwest Airlines employee of Middle Eastern or South Asian descent came to his seat and escorted him off the plane

"Usually I’m out there at 4 in the morning, so either I'm listening to music or I have a song stuck in my head and I'm moving to stay warm," he said.

He danced in front of the plane full of passengers, but "it didn’t really matter to me if anyone was on there or not," Sims said. 

The video has since made it around the internet and been picked up by a few news sites.

"I find it's pretty cool," Sims said. "With a lot of things going on in the world, someone recognized me and they were having a rough day with their flight being delayed and that day was made better by me." 

Jordyn Noennig covers pop culture and entertainment in Milwaukee. Follow her on Instagram @JordynTaylor_n. Find her on Twitter @JordynTNoennig. Call her at 262-446-6601 or email Jordyn.Noennig@jrn.com.

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