Customer Sees What Kids Are Doing At Walmart, Takes Out Phone And Starts Recording (Video)

| by Charles Roberts

A group of kids who were recently caught on camera singing the “Star Spangled Banner” at the top of their lungs in a Walmart may literally have found their biggest fans.

In the viral clip from YouTube user Mark Ammann (video below), two kids are seen standing in front of a shelf of running fans singing the national anthem at the top of their lungs. At one point, another child runs over and starts to sing into the fans as well. 

After getting halfway through the song, another kid pushing a cart walks over, looks at the man filming the scene, and points it out to one of the kids. The girl looks up, sees the man filming them, and screams before running away. When the boy tries to inform the original two that they’re being filmed, they turn around to look but are ultimately unfazed and choose to continue on with their song. By the end of the tune, the little girl who ran away came back and can’t help but laugh at her friends who just put on a show for the entire Walmart.

The video, which was posted on Reddit by Ammann's son, the user iwinagain, already has almost 100,000 views in less than a day, and it’s easy to see why.

Sources: RedditThe Daily Dot