WATCH: Cleveland cops uncover off dance moves as they accept ‘running man’ challenge
May 10, 2016 - running watch
Officers from Cleveland Police have taken on a ‘running man’ plea with assistance from Roary a Lion as a disturb continues to brush a internet.
Police army around a universe have assimilated in a viral stunt, display off their best dance moves.
The video, filmed on a Boro Brick Road shows around a dozen officers bursting adult a quarrel involving Boro’s mascot, Roary and another bear.
The organisation confine a accessible bears, before busting out their using male moves.
The force was nominated by Durham Constabulary to take partial in a challenge.
A bystander joins in a fun, high-fiving a officers dancing for a video that was posted on a Cleveland Police Facebook page.
The using male plea has swept opposite a creation after a New Zealand military force danced to Ghost Town DJ’s 1996 strike My Boo in a light encourage try to attract new recruits to a ranks.
Police Scotland, a NYPD and a Metropolitan Police have all assimilated in a trend and a strange video has now been noticed some-more than 8 million times.
Cleveland Police have now chuck down a gauntlet and challenged Cumbria Police, Thames Valley Police and West Midlands Police to a dance off.