A video of a guy dancing along a school hallway has left viewers baffled as a girl seems to appear out of nowhere.
The clip, captioned with “A guy that can dance”, sees the young lad happily scooting through the hall with twists and jumps.
But as he reaches a crossing point he does a cheeky jump for the camera, before the girl seems to just appear.
She gets in his way and they have an awkward stand off before the video cuts off.
The company behind a viral video apparently showing a cat-calling victim ripping the wing mirror from a white van man’s vehicle has admitted not everything is as it seems.
In the video, the van driver shouts over to a female cyclist: “Alright, want my number?” – and she is later asked: “You on your period?”
The ‘enraged cyclist’ later responds by pulling up alongside the vehicle, with two men inside, and yanking its wing mirror off.
But after witnesses began claiming the video was actually staged by a camera crew, the company responsible for distributing it made a humiliating admission.
Paul Beiboer, the boss of Jungle Creations, which claims to “create and curate the best content on the internet”, said his firm handed out the footage “under the impression that it portrayed real-life events”, but now believes the video may be “factually incorrect”.
“Contrary to reports, we want to make clear that we were in no way involved in the making or production of this video.
“The video was received from a third-party content provider and it was distributed on Viral Thread under the impression that it portrayed real-life events.
“We rigorously vet all content received from third parties to ascertain its credibility, but unfortunately our usual high standards were not met on this video.
Kareem Naaman said on social media after the footage went viral: “This is fake and was filmed by actors. Mate of mine saw it all being filmed.
“Not sure who or why, but interested to find out what it was for.”