What was called in as a possible gang fight in downtown Oshawa turned out to be a peaceful music video shoot involving some break dancing...
(NEWSER) – Attention all units, officer (getting) down. Constable Jarrod Singh of Toronto's Durham Regional Police Service was called to the scene of a fight Sunday night, CBC reports. He arrived to find eight people surrounding another person. Singh says he can see how someone mistook it for a fight; but the person in the center of the crowd was actually break dancing. It turns out the group were members of the University of Ontario Institute of Technology's dance troupe and were filming a music video.
The dancers thought they were about to be shut down when Singh showed up. Instead, after talking with the group for a bit, Singh says he "decided it was time to bust a move...
Meanwhile in Canada, where the cops join in on the fun 🙌🏼 Durham Regional Police Service Follow Officer Singh on Instagram: @jarrods33 Follow Mahdi Tarfi or @wild_luda for more dance videos! Follow the UOIT / DC NACS Dance Team! Video: Vivid Media Co. #ellentv #chrisbrown
Posted by Mani Chahal on Sunday, February 5, 2017
This reminded us of some other videos of cops busting dance moves, (while on the job), that went viral. Remember the Toronto cop dancing at the Beaches Jazz Festival back in 2014? Or how about that Dover Police 'shaking it off' in his car to Taylor Swift's song, Shake it Off. We think that video had almost 30 million views the last time we checked.
Then there's this Ottawa Police from last year...
Ottawa Police's finest engage with the community in a spontaneous dance on Rideau st celebrating Canada Day 2016🇨🇦💃
Posted by Liliane El-Helou on Friday, July 1, 2016