Malaysia-based Airasia employee Assraf Nasir recreated the video for Britney Spears' hit song, "Toxic." There's no better place to recreate the iconic video than on a plane, and hey, guess what? Flight attendants have access to planes.
The video has been watched almost four million times, because who doesn't love "Toxic" and people recreating "Toxic"?
Speaking to the Huffington Post, Nasir said,
I used to be a performing arts teacher before I became a flight attendant and dance has always been my passion. Once a dancer, always a dancer. The video was meant to be for some close friends and I didn’t expect it would go viral and receive such an overwhelming response, but I guess when you work for a fun company, fun is never far away.
According to the Huffington Post, the video was shot and posted to Twitter by Nasir's coworker Roberto Angkin. But the best part is that CEO of AirAsia, Tony Fernandes, actually posted the video to his own Instagram account.
His caption reads, "Classic. Airasia version of Toxic. The talent in Airasia never fails to amaze me. @assrafnasir is the best. Love it that staff can just have fun and be themselves." Or be Britney Spears.