An 83-year-old South Bend man said he missed his bus home from the presidential inauguration because he was dancing. Mussa Muhammad said his "spirit jumped sky-high" when President Barack Obama took the oath of office Tuesday.
He became separated from his group and, he said, "just danced and danced" with a couple of young women he met along the way.
Muhammad's tour group waited five hours for him, but left Washington after tour leaders spoke with his wife. Rev. Lefate Owens of Elkhart Community Missionary Baptist Church said she assured them that Muhammad would be all right.
Muhammad said he got on the wrong bus and got off in Pittsburgh, where he took a Greyhound bus home.
He arrived in South Bend Wednesday, still wearing the black-and-white suit with red dots that he wore to the inauguration.