Applicants Forced to Compete in Daft Punk Dance Off

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A British electronics company apologized for making applicants compete in a dance-off for a mid-level position, the BBC reported Thursday.

Currys in Cardiff England asked ten possible hires to split into groups of two and dance to songs by Daft Punk, a French techno band.

The employers' request upset a number of applicants that were searching for jobs in a lackluster economy.

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"I just felt so embarrassed and uncomfortable," One applicant told the BBC.

"I ended up dancing to Around the World by Daft Punk, doing rubbish robotics in my suit in front of a group of strangers."

"I told my dad it was like a scene out of The Office. I would have walked out but I need a job."