The Gay Pride parade in New York, New York every year is wonderful a sight to behold, with all different types of individuals, many of them full of vitality and energy.
A policeman from the NYPD (New York police department) found the spirit of the parade to be absolutely infectious, so much that he actually went for a brief break from work to join in on all of the fun. Brendan James used his break time to display his dancing skills to the parade.
The officer energetically danced to “Cupid Shuffle,” a 2007 dance and hip-hop hit tune by the recording artist Cupid. An onlooker was smart — and quick — enough to catch the event on video. Bill D’Ottavio then posted it onto social media site Facebook, sharing it to all.
The caption of the video states “Cops have fun, too.” The clip depicts the policeman walking over to two attendees at the parade and then casually starting dancing with them, right in the middle of the street. He orchestrated every single part of the dance like an absolute pro, impressing everyone who witnessed his impromptu performance. His jovial dance encouraged other people around him to participate, too.
Many other people gazed at the whole thing, totally awestruck. A lot of the people who saw the policeman dancing were dazzled by his skills, noting his talents. Fascinating events aren’t uncommon in the Big Apple. Despite that, no one at the parade is sure to forget this memorable cop dancing session any time soon.