Video of EMPD officer's dancing brightens Mzansi's day: "A legend"

Video of EMPD officer's dancing brightens Mzansi's day: "A legend"

- A traffic officer has caught the attention of social media users for all the right reasons

- On Friday, a video was shared online which shows the officer dancing in traffic

- The footage brightened South Africans' days and they applauded him for being friendly and excited while doing his job

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Last week, a beautiful woman, Manogari Nogz Moonsammy, posted an incredible video on her Facebook page.

"Friday vibes... This is how we do it on the East Rand. #spreadlovespreadlight," she captioned the video. gathered the 11-second video showed an EMPD officer directing traffic with a dance.

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Social media users were delighted by the cop's energetic and friendly approach to directing motorists.

Sharon Jordan Hitchcox commented: "Getting in his daily exercising."
Peter Herweg wrote: "I also pass this officer on a daily basis actually morning and afternoon and it does not ever look like he has a bad day. Way to go Sir."
Jaco Van Der Merwe said:"I also pass him daily..always in a good mood..very friendly..nice to know there is nice and friendly metro cops out there.."
Toni Herbst added: "Respect to this traffic officer who does his daily job with a little humour to keep you on your way in a bad day’s traffic. Kudos to you Sir. #delightful #ilovemyjob."
Sally Gemmell commented: "I think its fabulous, he is doing his job and putting a smile on your face."
UltiSbo Sbhono added: "Lol he's a legend!"
Melanie Jayne Ware wrote: "There are usually two that alternate. They are brilliant. Brightens up anyone day, driving past. I usually tap my hooter going past to say thanks. Always smile. Miss them now as I used to pass them while I stayed in Rynfield."

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Take a look at the video below:

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