BRITISH Prime Minister Theresa May has hit the dancefloor once again during her trip to Africa, proving her critics won’t stop her from having a boogie.
Ms May didn’t shy away from another chance to dance, after already being criticised by naysayers for her awkward moves.
As she wrapped up her three-day trip in Kenya, the PM was enticed to bust a move once again.
This time Ms May was helped by the UN head of environment Erik Solheim to launch a new “plastic challenge” initiative for guides and scouts in Nairobi to boost recycling efforts.
Kenya has one of the world’s toughest policies on single-use plastics — it is illegal to produce, sell or even use plastic bags in the east African country.
While speaking with the scouts, Ms May was led out to a music and dance performance — and joined in.
At first she mimicked the moves of a dancing scout but she eventually broke out on her own, offering true “May-bit” style.
The dance comes only days after Ms May lit up social media with her daggy moves with schoolkids in Cape Town, which were compared to footballer Peter Crouch’s robot dance.
The dance was heavily parodied being set to dubstep music, Status Quo and the Notorious BIG.