Montreal Girl Spotted Dancing The FVCK Out At Angrignon Metro

This girl's got some moves.
Montreal Girl Spotted Dancing The FVCK Out At Angrignon Metro

Have you ever heard of the expression: "Dance like nobody's watching?" Well unfortunately that expression was invented in a time when smartphones didn't exist, but these days you're more than likely to get caught on camera. Which means everyone is watching.

Still, you have to admire the spirit and energy of this happy Montrealer who was caught on tape dancing at Angrignon Metro. You might be on your way to work, but she's starring in the world's greatest music video ... in her mind.

She's not too bad either. Well except for that last part when she pretty much starts air humping one of the pillars.

Posted by Spotted: Montreal on Sunday, January 25, 2015

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