TORONTO -- Video of a ramp agent at Toronto Pearson International Airport is bringing smiles to even more people than he imagined.
Jahmaul Allen said he saw a child crying on an airplane he was directing down the tarmac.
"I felt like I needed to brighten that child's life," Allen told ABC News recently. "I just made her smile ... so then I continued to dance."
That's when someone pulled out their cellphone and started recording the event.
That video has now been seen by millions of people.
"I just love what I do and I love making the passengers happy," Allen said.
Allen told ABC News his sudden internet stardom came as a surprise. He said he still enjoys dancing, but he doesn't plan to let it get in the way of achieving his dream of becoming a pilot.
Airport ramp agent breaks out dance moves to cheer up crying child