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Oh, those mind-numbing plane safety demonstrations.

How many times have we been instructed about operating a seat-belt? Or directed to those oxygen masks above our seat? Or given that unsettling reminder that there are life vests under our seats if we’re flying over water? It’s so easy to tune it all out, whether you just don’t care or if the thought of anything unlucky happening seals your ears from reality.

Westjet flight attendant Michael McAdam certainly flipped the script on a flight from Las Vegas to Saskatoon. Instead of the typical stale-bread presentation, McAdam winged it (sorry) and added his own sassy dance moves as he illustrated the plane’s safety features. Campy? Maybe, but at least it’s fun.

This isn’t McAdam’s first glory moment; he was captured on camera in 2011 performing a similar (more slapsticky) routine. Perhaps employment as a cruise performer might be more his speed?

Watch his demo in the video, above.