Yunnan aunties and uncles turn traffic jam into impromptu dance-off

By Ryan Kilpatrick, April 23, 2015

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A traffic accident in Yunnan Province brought vehicles along the K82 highway between Kunming and Dali to a complete halt yesterday. 

Making the best of a bad situation, "aunties and uncles" (i.e. just older people) emerged from their vehicles to boogy in the middle of the road.

The dancers received an extra boost of energy care of local villagers, who arrived on the scene with food and drinks to sell to the stranded travelers. 

It's a good thing for them that rumored crackdown on square dancing never came through.

[Images via Tencent]

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