Matthew Doolan was just doing his job this week in Frisco when onlookers captured his insane sign spinning skills in a video that has since gone viral on Facebook.

Matthew Doolan was just doing his job this week in Frisco when onlookers captured his insane sign spinning skills in a video that has since gone viral on Facebook.

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Maybe you've seen Matthew Doolan doing his job.

He's a sign spinner, and it's not glorious work, but thousands of people pass him doing his job every day on street corners around the Dallas area.

This week was different, though. Someone in a car passing by realized that Doolan has some serious skills and captured video of him doing more than just spinning a "Now Leasing" sign in Frisco.

"I had a video taken of me on Sunday when I was at my shift. I was just having fun," Doolan, a Plano resident, told The Dallas Morning News this week. "I was having a good day at work spinning.

"When I see somebody in the car and they are watching me or videotaping me I try to give them a show."

The "show" Doolan gave the passing car incorporated a handstand and a high-flying throw that left the people recording in awe.

Little did he know that the video of him at the corner of Gaylord and Preston in Frisco would be uploaded almost instantly to social media where it has now been viewed over 3 million times.

For Doolan, it's a fun job that started when he was just 15, but now it helps him support his family as he raises his two kids in Plano.

"Nowadays, I'm taking care of my two kids, helping out with my parents and it's all because of sign spinning," he said. "I sell the sign spinners, I train the sign spinners and I go out and spin myself because I still enjoy it."

Doolan has been a sign spinner at the White House, the X Games and many other huge events. This latest slice of fame just helps put more smiles on faces as they pass by, which he says is his main goal.

"If I'm out there smiling having a good time and spreading it all around and they are bringing it right back to me, it's going to be a good day," he said.

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