Clinton thanked supporters while Peter Clinkscales danced and made faces while standing behind her.
Twitter users quickly dubbed Clinkscales “Sticker boy” or “Sticker kid,” and praised his antics.
Clinkscales said after the speech that he’s still undecided, but wanted to go to the speech anyway.
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“I saw that a presidential candidate was going to be at my university and I thought that i should go see that presidential candidate at my university,” Clinkscales told Mashable.
He originally wanted to take a saxophone to the event, but learned he wouldn’t be able to because “apparently that’s a security risk.”
“We thought it would be a great idea if we brought two saxophones here to the rally for Hillary Clinton so he could play one and he could play one,” he said, pointing to a friend who plays in a jazz band. “It would be a cool mashup.”
Clinkscales later wrote on Twitter: “Lol I trended on Twitter #bucketlist #stickerboy #stickerkid”