A Connecticut policeman has got the moves like Jagger and he's heating up the dance floor.
New Britain Police Officer Matt Sulek revealed his surprising rhythm as he attended a children’s holiday party at the city’s Boys and Girls Club.
The event takes place every year with different forms of entertainment such as a DJ or magician.
This year, to help spread a little extra holiday cheer for the youngsters, New Britain Boys and Girls Club executive director Todd Czuprinski called the local police department.
“We wanted to see if the officer could just come and visit the kids and he totally agreed,” Czuprinski told InsideEdition.com.
Sulek not only greeted the children but strapped on his dancing shoes and showed off a few moves on the auditorium floor.
Some of the kids even joined him in the adorable dance-off while others cheered from the bleachers.
With a couple of spins, hand and leg movements, Sulek soon got all of the children on the dance floor.
“Not only was he dancing but he stayed for the entire event,” Czuprinski said. “He had a great time with the kids.”
The Boys and Girls Club of New Britain posted the video on their Facebook page, and it has more than four million views.
"It’s such a positive image we wanted to share that officers do care and that kids can put their trust in the law enforcement,” said Czuprinski.