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Melissa Locker
March 20, 2017 AT 02:40 PM EDT

This article originally appeared on TIME

Between long security lines, TSA pat-downs, tiny seats, and basic economy class, air travel can be a bit of a nightmare. A flight attendant on Air Asia, though, may have found a way to improve the experience—Britney Spears.

Assraf Nasir, who works in the cabin crew for Air Asia, according to the Huffington Post, performed a perfect rendition of Spear’s pop hit, “Toxic”, on-board one of the Malaysia-based airline’s empty planes. In the video, shared to Twitter by Farhan Rzman recently, Nasir is seen in his star turn delivering a pure fire version of “Toxic.” Naisr’s sweet moves involve making that infamous call on the cabin intercom and pushing a drinks trolley down the aisle, while perfectly emulating the pop star.

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Soon after the video was posted it started to go viral, spreading across the internet as people watched Nasir’s take. See the full video below.

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