This is the moment supermarket staff use plastic boxes to create a giant domino course throughout the store after hours.
Kim Van Oncen, a Belgian actress, TV presenter and travel blogger, runs the shop in the village of Putte, which is on the border between Belgium and the Netherlands, according to local media outlet Nieuwsblad.
She shared footage on Instagram of a massive domino course set up in the shop.
The footage has racked up nearly 60,000 views in just a day. It starts with what appears to be a supermarket employee knocking over the first plastic supermarket crate.
The crate then hits the next and the camera follows the plastic containers through the aisles as they are knocked over one by one.
Eventually, the last domino crate is toppled over as the staff cheer and high-five each other.
Van Oncen can be seen at the end of the footage giving the camera a thumbs up along with another person.
Van Oncen started out as a Nickelodeon presenter on Belgian TV in 2008. She has since appeared in various Belgian television shows and TV series.
Domino challenges have become increasingly popular online, with content creators often vying to see who can put together the most elaborate course.