i'm sure this kid is going to have a phobia for breakdancers for the rest of his/her life.
as a form of public service, here is a link that will direct and assist any chorophobic to a path of healing:
Chorophobia: Treatment and Hope
"If you are living with chorophobia, what is the real cost to your health, your career or school, and to your family life? Avoiding the issue indefinitely would mean resigning yourself to living in fear, missing out on priceless life experiences big and small, living a life that is just a shadow of what it will be when the problem is gone.
For anyone earning a living, the financial toll of this phobia is incalculable. Living with fear means you can never concentrate fully and give your best. Lost opportunities. Poor performance or grades. Promotions that pass you by. chorophobia will likely cost you tens, even hundreds of thousands of dollars over the course of your lifetime, let alone the cost to your health and quality of life. Now Chorophobia can be gone for less than the price of a round-trip airline ticket."