Watch: RAF officer pulls off a perfect floss at London Pride
The RAF, Royal Navy and British Army all took part in the parade.
London Pride saw more than a million people turn out on the streets of Britain’s capital to celebrate the LGBT community and promote its rights.
Among the attendees of the annual parade was a group of officers from the Royal Air Force, one of whom decided to show off their serious moves.
Flossing, perfectly executed.
🤣🤣🤣 and a wiggle too.... 😂😂— Kevin Macey (@KevinMacey4) July 7, 2018
The RAF Baton Relay lead a huge group of LGBT “personnel, families and allies” on the streets of London for the parade.
Brilliant to see the #RAFBatonRelay leading many of our #LGBT personnel, families and allies in #PrideInLondon. Like all RAF personnel they’ve earned their place in #RAF100 history. #Pride2018 pic.twitter.com/ZP45q1rQc1— Royal Air Force (@RoyalAirForce) July 7, 2018
Also among the British military present were groups from the Royal Navy, the Army and the Royal Marines.
Thank you @PrideInLondon’s amazing crowd, your energy and volume kept us going as you saluted those from all sexual orientations and gender identities who #ProtectOirNatiknsInterests #NavyPride #MarinePride #defencepride10 pic.twitter.com/I32QqKuj92— Royal Navy Compass (@RNCompass) July 7, 2018
An amazing @PrideinLondon day of smiles, energy & passion from the whole Defence team. Thank you to the whole @RoyalNavy & @RoyalMarines team for all your hard work in setting up the day. #NavyPride #BeTheBestYouCanBe pic.twitter.com/gxPe3CI61i— CG Royal Marines (@MajGenStickland) July 7, 2018
Pride director Christopher Joell-Deshields said this year’s parade, which included around 30,000 people from 472 organisations, was the most diverse ever.
“It’s just a day to be proud of really – people are able to just come and be who they are and celebrate whatever they want,” he added.