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Irish cab driver wows YouTube with his dancing

An Irish cab driver who performed a spontaneous dance with a woman on a Dublin street has become a huge hit on YouTube.

The unlikely show started when Wayne Kearney found his route blocked by crowds of people watching the woman dancing.

Irish cab driver wows YouTube with his dancing
As he sat in his car waiting for the road to clear, he started moving in time to music. The woman then invites him on to the road and they dance together in front of the cheering crowds before he gets back in his car and starts back to work.

More than two million people have now watched the video on YouTube.

Ireland Calling will be putting up more Irish videos so come back soon.

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  1. And people ask me why I keep going back to Ireland every year lol!!

  2. Jeanne M McPoyle Wernersbach

    Boy, the Irish are fun = we can make our own fun and it does not have to cost anything. My kids do it all the time and my husband and I did it raising our kids. Love Ireland and the people

  3. Elizabeth Dwyer Simpson

    My parents were born in Dublin Ireland in 1893 my Dad, 1894 my Mother, when Ireland was still considered English. Even though they were very proud of their Irish Heritage they had feelings of loyalty towards King George and his Queen Mary. So much so I believe that 11 of us 10 children all had, what I consider, English names. I believe that my siblings and I were more Irish culturally then my parents.

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