Or this video could as easily be titled "Fiddling While Rome Burns."
Idiom: (1) To spend time enjoying yourself or doing things that are not important when you should be dealing with a serious problem.
(2) Occupy oneself with unimportant matters and neglect important ones during a crisis. For example, The account was falling through, but he was more worried about missing his golf game—talk about fiddling while Rome burns!
Usage Note: This expression alludes to the legend that the Emperor Nero played his fiddle while watching the conflagration of Rome. [Mid-1600s]