Video shows how dancing cop brings joy to Mzansi’s motorists

Video shows how dancing cop brings joy to Mzansi’s motorists

- A video featuring a dancing traffic cop has gone viral via social media

- The popular officer can be seen jiving and laughing while directing traffic

- Social media users praised the cop for his outstanding attitude and revealed that it is his daily routine

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Many of us picture traffic cops as stern and somewhat sombre individuals.

One hip traffic official is challenging these perceptions with his unique way of directing traffic in the mornings.

He directs the flow of traffic every morning, but does so with a twist – while dancing and gyrating.

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He was caught on camera and the video has gone viral after it was shared on Facebook.

Residents in the Port Elizabeth area commented on the video and revealed this to be his daily routine.

Briefly.co.za surveyed the comments and the officer is clearly having a positive impact on motorists.

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Monica Klaasen Oosthuizen commented, “We need more officers like him. Happy go lucky. Love it.”
Scott Hunt said, “This Guy has brightened up my day many times while on my way to Livingston for chemo and stuff. He really does deserve a medal for his friendliness and passion for his job. I always look forward to seeing him to share a smile and a wave.”
Martie Marinda Jacobs added, “He definitely loves his work and people...fabulous seeing it. Give him a Medal.”
Perch Kapp said, “Reminds me so of a Leon Schuster movie. So much happiness in a dull day. Thank you sir.”
Phathiswa Patness Ndzukuma shared, “Used to go that route about two years ago and would look forward to be in that corner everyday n wave at him n he will blow a kiss. My boyfriend be jealous. love the guy though wish everyone can be that energetic and happy in their jobs hey.”

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