A couple’s impromptu dance in an Aberdeen shopping centre has gone viral after being shared on Facebook.
Les and Eleanor turned Aberdeen Trinity Centre into their own personal dancefloor on Thursday last week.
The duo slow-danced to the dulcet tones of Lewis Carroll, 20, a member of the Music 4 U Integrated Stage School.
They began to twirl each other around in perfect time, and luckily a passer-by filmed the heartwarming moment.
The video was shared on Facebook and has been viewed over 72,000 times.
Their dancing was such an online success that the pair were invited back a few days later to entertain shoppers yet again, and this time they dressed up for the occasion.
Music 4 U, whose singer inspired the couple to start dancing, is a stage school for people from a range of backgrounds, including those with physical and learning difficulties and supporting those from deprived areas to enjoy performance art.
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