Police officer tries to break up a group of teenagers – then something amazing happens

Joseph McCormick October 28, 2015
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A police officer on Monday approached two groups of teenagers – the outcome was probably not what they expected.

The exchange took place in Washington earlier this week when the police officer approached the teenagers in an attempt to disperse them.

One of the teenagers, Aaliyah Taylor, 17, from Ballou High School, approached the officer playing ‘Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)’ on her phone.


A police inspector has taken the internet by storm as a video of her dancing to ‘Footloose’ at Manchester Pride has gone viral.

In an attempt to send a message of positive community policing, the officer laughed and offered her best dance moves.

“Instead of us fighting, she tried to turn it around and make it something fun,” Taylor said. “I never expected cops to be that cool. There are some good cops.”

DC police confirmed that the police officer is with the department, but would not provide a name.

The officer said the teens could stay if the teenager won the dance off.

“I mostly hold my head down when I dance, so I didn’t really see her,” Taylor said. “But when I looked at the video after, I was like ‘Oh, she has some moves.’”


Also watch: The moment a New York Police Department (NYPD) officer let it all hang out at Sunday’s Pride parade.

Watch the video below:

So basically I was trynna get to this girl but the police told me to go home so we made this deal if i win u leave but if u win I step andddddd she step 󾰴✌🏽️

Posted by Adore Liyah on Tuesday, October 27, 2015


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