A group of friends have captured the humorous moment their overexcited dog decided to get in on the action as they filmed a TikTok ‘thrusting’ dance.
The hilarious clip was filmed by Kimberly Rodgers, 21, from Glasgow, Scotland, as she attempted to take part in the latest dance trend with two friends over the weekend.
Kimberly shared the video to TikTok along with the caption: ‘Don’t let this flop she got sh***** by a dog for this.’
As the friends begin to start the dance to a Disco Lines remix of Taylor Swift’s Love Story the dog quickly jumps in (left) and then on top of Jess as she attempts to dance
In the short clip Jess is seen dancing along to the remixed Taylor Swift Love story track with along with Kimberly and Carly Craig when suddenly a large labradoodle is seen pushing her to the ground.
With impeccable timing the dog then ‘dances’ along to the song in his own way, whilst mounting Jess.
The video is made funnier as her two friends ignore the bizarre scene, instead continuing their dance along to the viral TikTok song.
Jess’ two friends, Carly and Kimberly appear to be unfazed by the interruption and continue to dance, finishing their one take dance clip
While the girls obviously find the dog’s behaviour hilarious, they maintain their professionalism, expertly carrying out the synchronised dance moves while their friend lays behind them.
The video gained 570k views after Kimberly posted it to Twitter with the caption: ‘Jess got absolutely sh***** by Carly’s dog.’ (sic)
Twitter user Allan Bryce commented: ‘Her mate did her a turn there. Just jumped in front of the camera when her mates being molested by the dug. (sic)’
Amused Twitter users commented on the bizarre scene as it played out, with Dean praising the ‘professionalism’ of the dancers for carrying on
Elsewhere user Dean tweeted: ‘They just left her and finished the TikTok. LMFAO professionalism at its finest.’
Twitter user Chloe Louise added: ‘The dog felt that song a little too much.’
And Dan Clifford tweeted: ‘Might honestly be the best thing I’ve ever seen.’