Wednesday, December 7, 2016
Meir Kalmanson, the high-fiving prankster whose stunt in the streets of New York we posted a few weeks ago, doesn't limit his field to New York, and to America.
Kalmanson, who goes by the name Meir Kay, took to the streets of Jerusalem to engage in lively dance steps while walking behind random strangers who had no idea what he was up to.
In many cases he manages to be unobtrusive and is not even noticed. But when caught, he has the remarkable ability to rapidly change his manner, stop the dancing instantly, and appear to be taking a selfie photo or tying his shoelaces. Of course, the music track was added later.
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