A Hidden Camera Caught A Police Deputy Doing Something In Elevator You’d Never Expect.
In Less Than No Time She Joins Him
Deputy Reed figures if you can't beat em, join em. So she starts dancing with Scherb, making the Nae Nae dance seem easy. Of course, when their boss, Chief Officer Evans steps into the elevator, they stop. But as soon as he exits the elevator, Reed and Scherb continue dancing like they were in a nightclub. But ironically, these two aren't the only cops in the station who could use a little fun. In fact, wait till you see what's next. The party's just starting!
These Cops Know How To Get Down
When Deputy Murphy walks into the elevator, she notices the dancing officers, and suddenly feels like getting into it too. Before long, Murphy dances like there's no tomorrow, and even gets into a battle of the moves with Scherb himself. The officers even do a couple of Superman moves, until a fourth officer interrupts their lighthearted moment. But you won't be able to stop laughing when you see what happens next.
This Dance Party Makes A Hard Break
It's all fun and dance until Sheriff Bill Elder walks into the elevator, forcing the three to hit the pause button on their fun. But just when you thought that the party was over, something even more interesting happens. The sheriff, who is often known for being serious and by the book, does something that completely surprises his officers. So when he gets in that elevator, he definitely shows them who's boss up next.
Sheriff Elder Joins The Dance Party
It seems like Sheriff Bill Elder has some moves too, which he proves to his officers by dancing to Deputy Scherb's lively tune. Some of you might think that the El Paso County Police Department may have lost it, but they simply know how to loosen up. This elevator dance party is only a sample of the kind of lighthearted personalities the station has and Deputy Scherb is obviously, their ringleader. But as it turns out, Scherb had a very good reason to dance and celebrate as you're about to find out.
This Deputy Has A Reason To Dance
Deputy Scherb's elevator dance party might have seemed impromptu, but it was actually planned from the beginning. You see, this was a send-off to Scherb for this 29 years of service, and the El Paso County police department was in on it. Of course, once the video was uploaded to Facebook and YouTube, Scherb's dancing elevator video went viral fast. What a cool way to retire! Congrats to Deputy Scherb. May he keep on dancing for years to come!
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