Instead of detention, this professor has the best form of punishment for late students.
Brandon Goderich, a student at Keiser University in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., was made to dance in front of the classroom. A video was taken by one of his peers and posted to Twitter, where it has since been viewed more than 10 million times. In it, the 26-year-old does the “Stick N Roll” dance, which involves hip-shaking and leg twitching.
My professor makes you dance when you’re late to his class. This is college. pic.twitter.com/LL7hIOgESv
— vane (@_vvanee) March 26, 2018
“Glad you all enjoyed my performance,” Goderich responded to the overwhelming response to his moves.
When asked for the story behind the performance, Goderich explained that he had actually orchestrated the whole thing. “Last week I found my old iPod full of high school jams!! That’s where all my 305 inventory is stored and I even brought a Bose Bluetooth speaker so I can play it since I was late,” he wrote.
Goderich actually practiced for the big moment. He also said the lecturer “died of laughter” as he watched him dance from the podium.
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