-- A man who put the phrase “dancing like no is watching” into action is going viral after his friend was watching and captured it all on camera.
The shirtless man, identified on social media as Jimmy Pope of Baltimore, was caught on video cleaning up after a Halloween party while dancing to the 1980s hit song, “Morning Train (9 to 5)” by Sheena Easton.
“The day after our Halloween Party, I woke up to this...,” reads the description with the YouTube video, which has been viewed more than 3 million times.
Pope gracefully dances with a sweeper for about 30 seconds before he looks up, sees the camera, drops the mop and says, “Are you kidding me?”
Pope created a Twitter account after the video went viral, identifying himself as “the #cleaningdancingroommate,” as well as "Dancer. Laughter. Vegan."
Some have questioned whether or not the video was staged.
Besides listing himself as "dancer" on Twitter, Pope wrote on Facebook that he is a volunteer in the after-school program at Guardian Dance, a professional dance company. In addition, among the dozens of comments posted on Pope’s Facebook page was one that pointed to his dancing skills.
"I was just sayin to keith how it's funny that you have been dancing for years... Videos out there of you legit showing skills... And it's this 30 sec clip of you goofing around is what goes viral lol,” Facebook user Lauren Work posted.
Pope’s Facebook page also identified him as an industrial operations analyst for a government agency.
Pope did not immediately reply to ABC News’ request for comment.