Cop Called to Break Up 'Fight' Instead Finds Group of Dancers and Unleashes His Moves
Locals called 911 to report a fight breaking out. Instead, Constable Singh discovered they were actually shooting a music video, and joined in on the fun.
The only conflict this cop was getting into was a dance-off.
When locals called 911 to report a fight breaking out in town, Constable Jarrod Singh of the Durham Regional Police Service in Ontario, Canada, responded to the scene.
But, once he arrived, he realized the commotion happened to be a group not fighting, but dancing for a scene in a music video.
So instead of breaking up the fight, he decided to break it down.
“I can see how a member of the public thought it was a fight,” Singh said, according to a press statement. "But when I got closer I could see he was break dancing in the middle and there was someone filming it."
Before Singh joined the police department a year ago, he was part of a dance group at his college and even appeared in music videos and as an opening act for major concerts.
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