102-year-old man shows off TikTok dance moves at care home

Percy Mann was filmed performing the lively routine during lockdown at Whitecraigs Care Home in Glasgow.

A 102-year-old man has been filming hilarious TikTok videos with workers at a care home in Glasgow.

Whitecraigs Care Home staff have filmed various routines using the social media app with the residents to keep them active and keep spirits high during the coronavirus lockdown.

Percy Mann, a retired policeman from Ipswich, performed with two of the care staff at the home, showing that at 102 years old, he still knows how to move.

Mr Mann said: “I’m a bit of a fitness maniac. I played football for school and the boys brigade, as well as tennis, and I still do my exercises every morning.”

The staff at Whitecraigs Care Home have also been sharing the videos with the residents’ loved ones, helping to keep them connected while they can’t visit the home.

Father to 11 children, grandfather to 20 and great grandfather to 16, Mr Mann’s family were thrilled to see him dancing away.

His youngest granddaughter Clare Macleod said: “We’ve absolutely loved seeing his videos.

“It’s funny that at 102, my grandad is more active on TikTok than me.”