This glimpse of Swedish nightlife is Abba-solutely joyous
We’ve probably all seen people on a night out having a bit of a sing and a boogie – we may even have been part of the spectacle, but there can’t be many of us who’ve encountered anything like this Swedish street scene.
— Albert P. (@alberMD) June 7, 2019
Even if you don’t speak Spanish, you can probably tell that the extraordinary homage to Swedish superstars, ABBA, happened on the streets of Malmö at two in the morning. The clip has been viewed almost one and a half million times in a few days and has attracted a lot of great comments.
Absolutely shocking what's happening on the streets of Sweden these days – but of course the far left mainstream media will never report on it. https://t.co/7mQPEiDd7e
— somegreybloke (@somegreybloke) June 9, 2019
Everything is awful but this has cheered me up! https://t.co/3658bwNFA5
— Reluctantsenior (@asteroidchick) June 10, 2019
One of Sweden's No-ing Me, Go-ing You zones. https://t.co/xu9OZ5Pne3
— John McAree (@jmcaree) June 10, 2019
My kind of people https://t.co/fZjjglFGFY
— Noëlle (@nnoebustos) June 10, 2019
The woman who seems to have made the original recording, Helen Axelsson, spotted it, and posted this:
Thank you for sharing the love ❤️🙏🏼👍🏼 this is my Malmö and that amazing moment is everything 🙏🏼
— Helen.Axelsson (@HelenAxelsson2) June 10, 2019
But, perhaps the greatest accolade of all …
We can’t follow that.