- The clip of a boy and a policeman having fun by the side of the road as they danced has stirred many emotions
- People said the officer has used a very effective way to show how law enforcement agents should connect with their societies
- In the video, the two dancers showed that they are worth their salts when it comes to stepping it up on the dance floor
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The video of a police officer slugging it out on the street with a kid has got many talking on social media. A man identified as Richard DiPilla shared the clip on his LinkedIn page.
In a post that is many days old, the man said that he loves when policemen act as role models in society. At the time of writing this report, YEN.com.gh cannot, however, verify the location of the video.
In the short clip, a boy walked towards some policemen sitting on their power bikes as he showed off some cool dance steps.
When he was done, an officer stepped in and performed his stunt to show that he is equally up to the task.
After tapping out, the kid demonstrated the same moves the officer did with much flexibility.
Watch the video here. YEN.com.gh compiled some of the reactions it got below:
Lloyd Gale said:
"This is uplifting, this young man may very well want to become a police officer knowing he still can do this craft."
David Camuzo said:
"A hero in blue and a boy in the Beauty of his youth both dancing in the street! Nothing better than that."
Gary Zermuehlen said:
"I woke up the other morning and almost fell going to the bathroom. If I do any break dancing is because I actually broke something. These two are amazing."
Ken O'Connell said:
"Law enforcement connecting with the community is wonderful!"
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a young boy joined the #GoCrazyChallenge and he seemed to have won it with his amazing moves.
The challenge was based on Chris Brown’s Go Crazy song. In a video that is less than one minute, the boy made some “legwork” as the song played from a moving car that has its passenger door open.
An adult voice, perhaps the boy’s mum’s, hyped the kid’s skill, encouraged him to keep displaying the amazing moves he has in abundance.
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