Passengers on an Australian Virgin Airlines flight got quite the surprise when several beautiful women broke out into a ballet dance on the plane. The dancers were from Kanye West's 2012 Australian Tour. They broke out into the in-flight flash mob as a way to say goodbye for the end of the tour.
A well-choreographed video shows the dancers flailing around and pirouetting across the aisles of the flight. The dance is choreographed to West's song "Runaway." The ballet dancers are from West's 40-minute film, also called "Runaway."
The video, released by choreographer YemiAD, shows the names and hometowns of the dancers. Many of the beauties are from Prague, Brisbane, Los Angeles and more.
The flash mob came as a surprise to passengers as some seem to be quite confused by the event. One man in particular spend several minutes trying to get back to his seat, but the dancers keep the aisles occupied. By the end of the video, he gets fed up with waiting and passes right by the dancers.
Other passengers and crew members can be seen moving about the plane as if nothing strange is happening.
This isn't the first time an in-flight dance has taken place. Recently, several beauty queens put on an in-flight bikini show and dance on board Vietnamese carrier VietJet. While passengers seemed to enjoy the show, the airline was hit with a $1,000 fine for the dance.