While the nation salutes our NHS staff, this Bedford paramedic’s son is not impressed with the dad dancing


It seems that not everyone is in awe of our NHS heroes.

When Ed Green, a paramedic clinical manager for the East of England Ambulance Service, decided to relax with a bit of dad dancing on his day off, his son barely glanced up from his school work.

Ed, who is based in Bedford and is working on the frontline of the coronavirus pandemic, whacked on the Roachford and created an elaborate routine while his son got on with some home schooling.

He told the Bedford Independent, “I was dancing around whilst tidying up and thought I’d film the fact Henry doesn’t care.

“He’s clearly used to my moves now so doesn’t even notice unless it’s the occasional eye roll.”

Well, we think you’re great, Ed…

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