A trio of New Jersey garbage men was caught on now-viral video busting out moves in the middle of the street while working.
As singer Cupid’s 2007 dance hit the “Cupid Shuffle’’ blared from speakers on the Roselle Sanitation truck in Keansburg in Monmouth County last week, the workers boogied while emptying residents’ trash cans.
“I was kind of going through something, and I’m looking around, everybody’s moping, and they’re sad,” recalled one of the sanit workers, William Watson, to TV’s News 12 New Jersey.
“[So] I started dancing. Then he started dancing, then he started dancing,’’ Watson said of his coworkers. “We didn’t even know we were being recorded.’’
One of the trash men-with-moves, Rodrick Samuels, said he bought a music speaker for the truck last month for about $120 after telling his coworkers, “Let’s motivate ourselves some more.’
“It’s worth it,” he said of the speaker. “Music is the motivation for work. It gets you through your day. Especially rain, cold weather.”
Keansburg resident Kenneth Cook posted footage of the dancing workers on Facebook, writing, “These guys are the hype!! Thanks so much for sending positive vibes this morning!”
Other residents said they also loved the dancing in the street by Watson, Samuels and third worker Chad Howard.
“They are the best garbage men ever. Ever. Hands down. The best,’’ a resident told Channel 12. “And they boost up your spirits all day, every day.’’
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