#GOALS: This couple in their 80s RAVED in a nightclub until 5am


If you walked into a nightclub – and a rave nightclub at that – and saw an elderly couple, what would you think?

Are they lost? Abandoned? Nah, they just want to party.

That's what happened to DJ Jacob Husley when he spotted a Polish husband and wife at the rave he was performing at.

According to Buzzfeed News, he was totally confused as to why the couple were there, so he spoke to the security guard who told him that the couple bought tickets and walked right in without a bother.

“I asked them whether they were OK because it sort of looked like they shouldn’t be there,” he said. “They didn’t speak English, so they just smiled at me and continued on."

“But I still had a suspicion that there might be something wrong, so later I went over and had a proper chat with them and it turned out they they had planned the whole trip.”

As the night went on, a raver in the club who spoke both Polish and English acted as a translator for Jacob and the elderly couple.

The man and wife told him that they were visiting their daughter in Watford and heard about this rave in a newspaper back home, so they decided to give it a try.

And it worked out well for them, as they were offered free drinks throughout the whole night, yet after one shot of tequila each, all they wanted was some tea. Aw!

They were even welcomed into the VIP area (which is usually closed on rave nights) but when Jacob went to check on them a few minutes later, they left and made their way to the middle of the dance floor.

“I think people are just really accepting of each other, I think that’s what clubbing is all about … People were dancing with them, came over to talk to them, and took pictures with them,” he said.

“They had no music requests, but they seemed to really enjoy the music. They were on the dance floor holding hands and putting their hands up in the air."

"They stayed until 5am, so it was obvious that they did enjoy themselves."

If we're ANYTHING like this in our 80s, we'd be pretty happy campers. Fair play to them!

Image: Jacob Husley/Abbleleek Facebook