Informo | AirAsia flight attendant Assraf Nasir went viral with his own take on Britney Spears.

AirAsia flight attendant Assraf Nasir went viral with his own take on Britney Spears.


The Nok Air team isn't alone in its "Toxic" appreciation. Only a few weeks ago, El Al Airlines air stewards introduced Spears to Israel with their own cover of the pop hit, also filmed on an empty plane. In March, AirAsia air steward Assraf Nasir took advantage of an empty plane to perform his enthusiastic take on Spears' dance routine -- which reworks traditional air steward activities such as pushing a food trolley and answering a cabin phone call. The video went viral and is still doing the rounds on social media. Even AirAsia CEO Tony Fernandes posted about it. "Classic. AirAsia version of Toxic. The talent in AirAsia never fails to amaze me. @assrafnasir is the best. Love it that staff can just have fun and be themselves," he wrote on Instagram. "The video was an impromptu thing that me and my colleagues did during a transit after we have completed the cabin cleaning," Nasir tells CNN. "I was dancing around and my colleague recorded it using my phone. We did in less than 15 minutes so it was a big surprise to me that so many liked the video! "I have always love Britney the pop princess! As a dancer myself, my dream is to be her dancer one day."

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