Tel Aviv window washer girl’s mid-air dance makes her a TikTok star
TEL AVIV (ISRAEL) – Armed with a squeegee in one hand and smartphone in the other, 22-year-old Noa Toledo loves to jive in mid-air while washing windows of high-rise buildings. Her dance numbers over chasms of steel and glass have made her a social media star.
Noa, who wishes to encourage more women to come into her male-dominated job domain, has more than 60,000 followers and a million-plus “likes” on TikTok.
“When people see me behind the window, they’re surprised. They see a woman, it’s unusual,” said Noa, who is a former pole vault champion.
“I don’t know a lot of women doing this job, but I hope when they see me they understand that women can do it too.”
When Noa came rappelling down in a harness and helmet, Revital Friedman, who lives in a beachfront apartment complex, smiled and waved at her.
“She is divine,” Friedman said. “She is the only one to ask if I’m happy, if it’s really clean.”
(Photos syndicated via Reuters)
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