Sheriff's Deputy Celebrates His Retirement By Dancing in Elevator

A retiring sheriff's deputy left a lasting memory on his department: by busting out some epic moves while in the elevator.

A retiring sheriff's deputy in Colorado left a lasting memory on his department by busting out some epic moves while in the elevator.

A video made to honor El Paso County Sheriff’s Deputy Tony Scherb after 29 years of service shows him being "caught" while dancing to rapper Silento's "Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)."

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At the start of the video, a camera is placed inside the elevator.

"Ongoing elevator malfunctions have been troubling," the video explains. "Attempting to diagnose the problem, a camera was placed inside of elevator 2."

The camera captures Scherb's energetic moves.

Other colleagues get in the elevator and quickly join in - until their chief deputy walks in too, and they do their best to pretend nothing's amiss. But as soon as he leaves, they get right back to it.

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The video was shared to Facebook, where it had been viewed more than four million times by Monday afternoon.

"Tony has been a valued member of the Sheriff’s Office for so many years and a personal friend to many of us,” the sheriff's office wrote on Facebook. "We are going to miss him and we wish him the very best."

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