Watch hilarious moment supermarket worker surprises dancing girl in Morley Asda

This is the moment a supermarket worker surprises a talented Leeds dancer by joining in with her amazing moves in the middle of Morley Asda.

By Joe Cooper
Sunday, 26th July 2020, 6:21 pm
Updated Sunday, 26th July 2020, 7:46 pm

Aneila Clarke, 13, is a dancing obsessive, according to her mum, Charlene.

She dances wherever she goes - and the Friday shop at Asda was no different.

"She normally dances around in the aisles but this time I decided to pull out my phone as she was really giving it her all," said Charlene.

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Paul Beaumont surprises Aneila Clarke with his own moves.

Charlene posted the video to Facebook, soundtracked by Michael Jackson classic Smooth Criminal.

With Aneila focused on her moves, it takes her a few seconds to notice Asda worker Paul Beaumont has walked onto the aisle and joined in.

Charlene added: "I was recording and then he just comes along and joins in - we weren't expecting it!

"He looks like he was quick-stepping to house music.

Aneila Clarke.

"I think Aneila was just a bit freaked out someone was just there, but it would have been funny if she'd carried on."

Charlene thanked Paul on Facebook, saying he had made her day.

Aneila, who lives in Morley with her mum, dad and younger brother, goes to performing arts school CAPA College in Wakefield and dances with Cirque Dance Company, which has just moved from Morley to Meanwood.

Charlene added: "Any parent with a child who dances will tell you - you can't take them anywhere without them doing it, it's just her life."