Callous cyber bullies learned a hard lesson when a group of determined ladies took action to give the victim of a cruel internet post the surprise of his life.

When a mocking post on the message board “4chan” began attracting attention, it also attracted the attention of Cassandra Fairbanks who and said she was "horrified" by its nastiness and wasted no time putting the power of social media to find the man who had been the butt of the humiliating post.

The post by “cameraman” read: “Spotted this specimen trying to dance the other week. He stopped when he saw us laughing.”

The snarky post was accompanied by two photos of an unidentified man obviously enjoying himself and moving to music in the first frame, but hanging his head in the second after he had seen “cameraman” and his friends laughing at him.

But “cameraman,” didn’t count on “CassandraRules” who sent out a plea at hashtag #FindDancingMan asking, “Anyone know this man? There’s a huge group of ladies in LA who would like to do something special.”

That “something” special turned out to be an invitation to Sean inviting him to Los Angeles for a dance party to be held in his honor. Cassandra wrote, “We want to see you dance freely, and if you would have us, we would love to dance with you. We are prepared to throw quite the dance party just for you.”

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Pharrell Williams, whose infectious multi-million-seller, “Happy,” has inspired dozens of sing-along dance videos on youtube, asked to perform at the dance party, as did Moby, who tweeted to Sean, “No one should ever be ashamed about dancing.”

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Word has continued to spread and nearly 2,000 women who self-identify as “An occasionally overly enthusiastic group of young women in LA,” have joined together to ask Sean, “May we have this dance?”


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