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Cop out on noise complaint takes dance group by surprise with slick moves in epic dance-off

January 15th, 2021

Last Christmas, a lot of people celebrated despite all the restrictions due to the pandemic. Of course, it’s not an ordinary day so it’s a must to celebrate it. Most especially, the night before it – which is Christmas eve, where most of the fun moments are happening.

Opening the gifts, eating mouthwatering food, singing Christmas songs, and much, much more.

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Some chose to spend it with their loved ones, some people tried to throw parties, while some celebrated it quietly.

But during that night, an Escambia County deputy was not at home.

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Tomás Del Coro Source: Tomás Del Coro

He was busy doing his job as a police officer. In fact, when he received a noise complaint, he immediately took action. He responded to the location as fast as he could.

When he reached the location, what he saw was a dance group who was rehearsing.

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Facebook/Pensacola Prancing Pirouettes 3P Source: Facebook/Pensacola Prancing Pirouettes 3P

Turns out, these ladies are members of the group Pensacola Prancing Pirouettes 3P.

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Facebook/Pensacola Prancing Pirouettes 3P Source: Facebook/Pensacola Prancing Pirouettes 3P

When he was about to talk to them, the ladies continued dancing and went to him.

It’s like they challenged him for a showdown.

It was supposed to be a discussion regarding the complaint but it turned into a friendly dance-off.

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Facebook/Pensacola Prancing Pirouettes 3P Source: Facebook/Pensacola Prancing Pirouettes 3P

And he was down for it!

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Facebook/Pensacola Prancing Pirouettes 3P Source: Facebook/Pensacola Prancing Pirouettes 3P

He followed them on the dance floor and started to do some moves. It looks like he was about to do something jaw-dropping. Looking at the girls, they were also waiting for what the deputy would show off. Everyone was bracing themselves.

He started to dance like a pro!

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Facebook/Pensacola Prancing Pirouettes 3P Source: Facebook/Pensacola Prancing Pirouettes 3P

The officer, in his uniform, surprisingly danced it all out. It looks like he has been dancing for a long time.

Like the girls, I also didn’t expect that. If he was not in his uniform and I didn’t know that he was a cop, I would think that he is the girls’ choreographer.

The ladies around her were shocked that he could dance like that. While some of them were cheering for him with smiles on their faces.

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Facebook/Pensacola Prancing Pirouettes 3P Source: Facebook/Pensacola Prancing Pirouettes 3P

Pensacola Prancing Pirouettes 3P proudly shared the video on Facebook – which delighted everyone who has seen it. It was eventually reshared by Escambia County Sheriff’s Office.

“Noise complaint turns into standoff with police right before Christmas!”

Many people find this adorable video really cute and funny.

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Facebook/Pensacola Prancing Pirouettes 3P Source: Facebook/Pensacola Prancing Pirouettes 3P

“It’s so great when law enforcement and the people have a positive interaction,” one commenter wrote.

It’s true. With all the unpleasant things that have been happening around us, it’s uplifting to see positive things like this.

Another viewer even thanked the deputy for treating the dancers kindly. They also appreciated that he joined them on the dance floor. Not all officers can actually do the same thing.

“Thank you so much for interacting with our girls Officer Brissett.”

It’s amazing how some people, like this deputy, can turn an unwanted event into something positive. It’s by showing their kindness and following what their warm hearts say.

Hopefully, many more people will be able to see this adorable video, because it has the power to make anyone smile.

Enjoy watching the deputy’s video below!

Please SHARE this with your friends and family.

Deputy Brissett has some moves! #community #danceoff #yourecso

Posted by Escambia County Sheriff's Office onTuesday, December 29, 2020

Source: Facebook/Escambia County Sheriff’s Office, Facebook/Pensacola Prancing Pirouettes 3P, Fox 8

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