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13th Jul 2016

People are not impressed with George W. Bush following his dancing at a funeral

What an EEJIT

What on earth is he playing at?

It’s fair to say we all have our stupid moments, doing dubious things without thinking. At the end of the day, we’re all only human.

You’d think being in the public eye would make some people be more cautious of their actions but obviously not for ex-President of the US, George W. Bush.

The former politician has a history of making wildly embarrassing gaffes while residing in the White House but his latest exploits would leave even the biggest idiot open-mouthed.

UNITED STATES - NOVEMBER 05: Harper Lee, left, the author of "To Kill a Mockingbird," receives the Presidential Medal of Freedom from U.S. President George W. Bush, right, during a ceremony the White House in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Monday, Nov. 5, 2007. The Medal of Freedom is the highest civil honor bestowed by the U.S. President. (Photo by Carol T. Powers/Bloomberg via Getty Images)

The American was attending a memorial service for the five police officers killed in Dallas last week, alongside his wife Laura, President Obama and his wife Michelle and a choir compiled of police officers.

At the Morton H Meyerson Symphony Center in Dallas, Texas, a congregation gathered to honour the deceased police officers in a solemn ceremony but it is George’s actions as people sang Battle Hymn of the Republic that has disgusted people around the world.

At the memorial service, the 70-year-old was seen holding hands with wife Laura and Michelle Obama, singing along to the hymn but then begins swinging his arms, dancing and smiling as the holy song is sung.

As the former politician begins swaying to the song, Laura, Michelle and Barack remain still, ignoring George’s inappropriate movements, with his wife even looking at him in confusion as he continues swinging his arms.

Following the puzzling footage, Twitter had an absolute FIELD DAY mocking the former politician’s decision to dance during the song.

Lead image via YouTube