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Dancing security guards loving their job

Wouldn’t it be great if we could all have this much fun when we go to work?

Two security guards at London’s South West Four dance festival got swept up in the party atmosphere when they danced along to the music with a reveller called Bradley Gunn Raver.

The video was posted online by Bradley and has gone viral on Facebook and other social media sites.

Security guards dancing at South West Four festival

Bradly said: “Full on energy at South West Four Festival today and the doors have only just opened.

“Big up the EMK security getting groovy.”

The two guards certainly gave as good as they got as Bradley went in between them and stated dancing.

Rather than moving him along back into the crowd they danced along with him.

Take a look at the video below.

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