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What Would You Do If You Had 8 Hours To Kill in Las Vegas? ‘Shoot A Music Video on Your Phone’ Probably Wasn’t High On The List. But It Was For THIS Guy!

Tom Hanks once did a movie called “The Terminal” about a man who has no country and ends up living at the airport for months.

Richard Dunn didn’t have to live at the airport, but when he got offered vouchers to give up his seat on an overbooked flight out of Las Vegas, he took it. But the next flight was at 6 the following morning, so he knew he didn’t really have the time to go an explore The Strip or even get a motel room for the night, so he decided to use a wheelchair with one of the long posts attached to strap his phone to, and shoot a video!

He chose Celine Dion’s cover of Eric Carmen’s “All By Myself” as the soundtrack to hilarious results in the viral video that has already started to make the rounds on the morning TV shows!

Now personally if I had six or eight hours to kill in Las Vegas, I could think of at least a dozen different things to do since the city literally never sleeps, but I’m thankful Dunn decided to shoot this video!

Remember when people would just sleep in airports? Thanks to smartphones, mini recorders, and living our lives on social media, those days are gone!

Here’s the link to Dunn’s original, uploaded to his Vimeo account.

 

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What Would You Do If You Had 8 Hours To Kill in Las Vegas? ‘Shoot A Music Video on Your Phone’ Probably Wasn’t High On The List. But It Was For THIS Guy!

Tom Hanks once did a movie called “The Terminal” about a man who has no country and ends up living at the airport for months.

Richard Dunn didn’t have to live at the airport, but when he got offered vouchers to give up his seat on an overbooked flight out of Las Vegas, he took it. But the next flight was at 6 the following morning, so he knew he didn’t really have the time to go an explore The Strip or even get a motel room for the night, so he decided to use a wheelchair with one of the long posts attached to strap his phone to, and shoot a video!

He chose Celine Dion’s cover of Eric Carmen’s “All By Myself” as the soundtrack to hilarious results in the viral video that has already started to make the rounds on the morning TV shows!

Now personally if I had six or eight hours to kill in Las Vegas, I could think of at least a dozen different things to do since the city literally never sleeps, but I’m thankful Dunn decided to shoot this video!

Remember when people would just sleep in airports? Thanks to smartphones, mini recorders, and living our lives on social media, those days are gone!

Here’s the link to Dunn’s original, uploaded to his Vimeo account.

 

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