Theresa May has yet again busted some moves during her trip to Africa. Previously having hit the dance floor in a South African school, Mrs. May had another go at it.
The UK PM joined the head of UN Environment, Erik Solheim, on the UN campus in Nairobi, where she announced the launch of a new 'plastic challenge' badge for guides and scouts. She then joined a dance performance by some of the scouts.
Once the video of Mrs. May surfaced online, it expectedly drew thousands of comments from users.
Hahaha aww she’s just letting loose! Like her childhood days, running through fields of whhheat— Charlie Melbye (@charliemelbye) August 30, 2018
Ooh, I think I know this one pic.twitter.com/FmQHJGvrmy— Chris Falco (@ChrisFalco1126) August 30, 2018
😂😂😂😂— Javid Bashir (@javidbashir) August 31, 2018
Mean. Should she have ignored the man who wanted to teach her the dance? Credit where it’s due at least she was prepared to have a go even when knowing there would be millions just waiting to scoff. Thought you were above that type of pettiness. Disappointed.— Karen Jones 🎗 (@KarenJones66) August 31, 2018
Theresa May dances like she forgot to take the hanger out of her top— Ant Campbell (@acampbell68) August 30, 2018
The UK Prime Minister's visit to Nairobi is part of her three-country Africa tour, which included South Africa and Nigeria, the continent's top economies. Mrs. May, accompanied by a large business delegation, aims to boost trade with Africa as Britain is facing exit from the European Union in 2019.