Video of a policeman dancing at the Brighton Pride has gone viral on social media. In the video, the cop can be seen lip-syncing and matching steps to the hit song, Scared Of The Dark. Wearing rainbow epaulettes and Hawaiian garland of flowers, the Hertfordshire officer's clip has left social media in splits. The officer was spotted at the Pride event which was attended by 3,00,000 people. His colleagues can be seen smiling as they watch him dance. And as the video went viral, social media users commended his sporty nature and thanked him for participating in the LGBTQ parade. These Dancing Traffic Policemen From India Remind You No Job is Easy But Can Be Enjoyed, Watch Videos.
In the video, people can be seen cheering as the officer shows off his moves. Police from across the country participated in the event during their free time. Hertfordshire Constabulary LGBT+ posted the video on Twitter saying with the caption, "Did you see our #DancingCop in the @PrideBrighton Parade yesterday. Officers volunteered their time to represent @HertsPolice along with Officer[s] from across the UK." The tweet was quick to go viral on social media with people lauding the cop's dance moves. Dancing Traffic Policeman in Odisha: This Home Guard Controls Traffic in Style; Watch Video.
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Brighton hosts the UK's largest pride event which saw the performance of Australian pop star Kylie and ABBA tribute act Bjorn Again. Mel C also performed at the event, dedicating the Spice Girls classic '2 Become 1' to the trans and non-binary communities. Commemorating the 50the anniversary of the Stonewall Riots in New York City, this year's theme was 'Generations of Love' which was one the prime turning point in the fight for LGBT rights across the world.