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Dancing King: Adventurer Travels The Globe Performing ‘Running Man’ Dance

A 44-YEAR-OLD man has given up everything in order to make people smile - by performing the 'running man' dance in iconic locations around the world. Fun-loving Aussie Rob Vickery has recorded his own version of the dance outside everywhere from the Taj Mahal to Buckingham Palace. Following the death of his beloved Grandma back in 2012, Rob, a former medical recruiter from Banora Point in New South Wales, handed in his resignation and left his home in Australia to travel the globe. Rob decided to start showcasing his special running man talent on camera in Singapore in February this year. The response was so positive that he has taken it to 13 other countries, with India, Nepal, Athens, Amsterdam and Berlin already ticked off the list. Videographer / director: Jack Stevens, Rob Vickery Producer: Danny Baggott, Ellie Winstanley Editor: Jack Stevens

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