The fun moment teens hold a ‘flex off’ in front of a tinted glass window by the store without realizing the store is full of people has sparked fun online.
In the viral clip shared by TikTok user debbiem63, the group of four boys and a girl dressed in beach gear and carrying towels stop by a window and see themselves.
Two of the boys roll up their sleeves and bend their biceps while looking at their reflection before the third joins.
A fourth appears to select a leg bend.
The video shared online shows that the group seems to be unaware that there is actually a store full of people on the other side of the window (pictured)
The girl checks her hair before trying some dance moves, and one of the boys then decides that he should probably check to see if anyone is in the store and presses his face against the glass to get a better overview.
‘My son has a tattoo studio with tinted windows where you can not look in but you can look out and every day this is an occurrence.’ says the user on the clip.
‘Young people walk by and do flex offs in his windows while he sits on the other side and watches. Taking selfies with all sorts of amazing things to see is a lot, a lot of fun. ‘
She added the store called New Traditions in Newcastle, NSW is a busy skate and streetwear store that can have up to eight tattoo artists on shifts inside.
The person who posted the clip said her son owns the skate shop and tattoo parlor, and people who passed by do similar ‘amazing’ things all the time.
The video has been viewed by more than 156,000 people and liked by nearly 22,000 in less than a week, with many viewers commenting that they found the video funny.
‘I used to have an apartment across the street and saw this every day,’ one person said.
‘It would be so much fun to knock on the window while they did it,’ said another.
‘One of them is my son, thank you for laughing,’ added a third.
‘I check myself out of this window all the time on my way to Spotlight,’ said a fourth.
The shop, New Traditions in Newcastle, has a tinted glass window on the front of the shop, but the people inside can see (the picture)