HILARIOUS footage shows dance fans at a music festival hold an impromptu rave – inside a Co-op store.
Scores of revellers are seen dancing in the aisles to the unlikely sound track of Dion’s 1961 hit Runaround Sue.
The scenes unfolded at the Creamfields festival in Cheshire, which this year featured acts such as The Chemical Brothers, Swedish House Mafia and Calvin Harris.
The Co-op have a massive store inside a tent at the festival, catering to the food and drink needs of 70,000 music fans.
But Co-op customers obviously couldn’t stop dancing on Sunday as the event, as Lewis Heally from Redcar, North Yorkshire, discovered when he went to buy water.
He uploaded the video to social media with the caption: The Co-op after dark was by far the trippiest part of Creamfields.”
It shows fans dancing in groups in different areas of the Co-op. As the song gets to the chorus the revellers can be heard singing along with some even attempting sixties swing style dancing.
@NiaGelder wrote under Lewis’s post: “There’s a rave down the bakery aisle.”
@david_hasell said: “Co-op shuffle.”
@melissalowex added: “I’ll never look at co op or hear ABBA the same again.”
@bxthhh__ [email protected] “Wtfff” followed by two laughing with tears emojis.
Speaking today, Lewis said: “It was because of the noise ban past 11pm on Sunday. People took to raving outside the rides, and after they turned the music off. We went to get some water at the co op, not realising they were playing some old tunes.
“We spent hours dancing there. I got escorted out twice by security (for busting the best moves) and I did five trips around the shop on the last night.
“Everyone was loving it, all dancing and having a laugh, insane atmosphere. We were only meant to be in and out. But, once everyone started dancing they had no choice but to let us.”