Video show cop dancing while directing traffic: "Serving with passion"

Video show cop dancing while directing traffic: "Serving with passion"

- A video of a traffic officer has surfaced on social media recently

- The footage shows the cop directing traffic

- The officer is clearly having the time of his life and it inspired Mzansi

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Just over a week ago, a video was shared on Facebook by a man, Luyanda Situation Mbele. The footage shows an officer directing traffic.

Mbele did not give details on when or where the video was filmed, but he captioned it: "I'm impressed."

And, he was not the only one. Another man, Ian Joel Segal, saw the video and he shared it on the #ImStaying Facebook page on Friday.

The video shows the officer energetically doing his job while dancing. According to another social media user, Morongoa Mmalebohang Pat Sehloho, the officer directs traffic on Jan Smuts Avenue.

Sehloho wrote:

"If I pass Jan Smuts Avenue and I don't see this officer it breaks my heart. This man knows his job, shem."

Social media users were in awe of the officer's amazing attitude while he was directing traffic and they expressed their views in the comment section.

Juanita Toerien Horn commented:

"When you serve with passion."

Adele Kruger added:

"He is passionate - respect!"

Tobile Ntaba wrote:

"Passion personified perfectly."

Joseph Ditsi said:

"Wow, talented! That's what we need, let's make him famous guys."

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Take a look at the video below:

Briefly.co.za previously reported on another traffic officer who had gone viral. An EMPD officer was also caught on video dancing while he directed traffic and Mzansi dubbed him "a legend."

A beautiful woman, Manogari Nogz Moonsammy, posted the incredible video on her Facebook page.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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