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Kids stuck on a rollercoaster pass the time by dabbing until help arrives

In case roller coasters weren't a rickety mish-mash of nightmares as it is, this one broke down mid-ride at Sea World Australia Friday, leaving all on board teetering high above the ground in high winds. Rather than cowering in fear however, the kids on board celebrated the occasion with the saving power of the dab. SEE ALSO: Chinese couple ties the knot in a hammock suspended 180 meters in the air The Storm Coaster (more like sht storm coaster) had up to eight people trapped in its cart when the ride stalled, according to The Courier Mail.
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