Brazilian rescuers were called to a theater to save a ballet group because they danced so hard they collapsed the stage.
The incident occurred in the town of Americana in the state of Sao Paulo on November 8. A dance group of 130 people, including children in colorful costumes, poured onto a small stage at the end of the performance.
Facing applause in support of the audience, some of the dance group felt more excited and hugged each other to dance. The stage suddenly collapsed at their feet, causing dozens of people to fall over.
They were rescued by rescuers but six were hospitalized with injuries.
Theater director Luciano Luize said the stage was not designed for so many people dancing at the same time.