There’s ‘No Diggity’ about it, waiting at the airport is a complete drag. Especially those few minutes before boarding, when hundreds of travellers are huddled by the gate, impatiently waiting for the voice on the overhead speaker to announce their flight.

It’s one of the few irritating aspects of travel that Southwest Airlines staff have turned into quite an entertaining experience.

Ground crew at Nola Southwest Airline in New Orleans recently introduced a new rule for passengers – if you want to ask a question, you have to sing for the answer – that’s made them go viral.

We’re thinking they were either fed up with answering the same inquiries over-and-over again or they were just really in the mood for music. We’re going with the latter.

Anyhoo, as part of their ‘performance’, travellers are required to sing over the speaker, which obviously attracts a fair bit of attention from fellow flyers.

Some shy away from the situation…


While others, like this one guy making the rounds on the internet, completely embrace it.

The unidentified man has received over 100,000 views for his highly entertaining, more-than-one-question worthy performance of Blackstreet’s 90s hit, ‘No Diggity’.

He thrusts…

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He sings with the passion of an R&B artist…

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He even ‘drops low’ one time.

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His enthusiasm and uninhibited booty shaking inspired others to get in on the action and he turned the entire gate into one hilarious karaoke session.

Even staff couldn’t help themselves…

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Check out the brilliant performance below!

Kudos to Southwest Airlines staff, they deserve a ‘brilliance in customer service bonus’- is that a thing? Let’s make it one.

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What’s the funniest thing you’ve seen or done at an airport?