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Want to cut out boredom at job? See how this mall security officer is doing it in style!

By Shubham
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    He is supposed to check visitors and ensure the place's security and the work is certainly monotonous. But this security officer at a Philippine shopping mall in the video above shows that he knows how to break the boredom and enjoy his on-duty moments to the hilt - by shaking his legs!

    Mall security officers are not hard core police officers with no weapons hanging from their hips. And that often makes their job more difficult to make careless and disobedient people follow the rules. In such circumstances, indulging in a light act like dancing to connect better with the public is a welcome move.

    Want to cut out boredom at job? See how this mall security officer is doing it in style!

    Nowadays, the presence of live cameras almost everywhere makes it easier to discover people like this mall security officer who do that extra and unique act to make their everyday chores lively and exciting.

    In India, too, we have seen a traffic police officer moonwalking at busy junctions like the king of pop Michael Jackson to add spice to an otherwise boring and demanding job life.

    In his full uniform, young Jerrylyn Gumsiang's entertaining act in the Santa Maria mall is a proof that nowadays, people have better ways to overcome their professional blues and they don't care about what others' are thinking about what they do as long as it keeps everyone in good humour.

    Do you think that dancing helps at work?

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