A sweet interaction between an elderly man and a traffic cop is winning hearts online. Shared on Facebook by Pickens Police Department, the video shows how a routine stop made by the cop turned into an impromptu dance session. Chances are, the video will leave you with a happy feeling.
“We brought you a traffic stop concert, and now we bring you the traffic stop clogging lesson. Officer Woodmansee has an eye for finding gifted people on traffic stops. This stop for failure to maintain a lane quickly turned into a two-step dance lesson from a kind gentleman who had just left Cotton Eyed Joe’s. We are not sure yet if Officer Woodmansee will receive training credits from the Criminal Justice Academy for learning the two-step but it definitely brought a smile to our face. Thank you Sir for this great lesson and keep having fun at Cotton Eyed Joe’s, a local dance hall located on W. Main Street,” the department wrote as they shared the video.
Take a look at the video:
The video was posted on May 8. Since being shared, the clip has accumulated close to 14,000 views and the numbers are only increasing. Additionally, the share has gathered more than 350 reactions. People posted various comments while reacting to the wholesome video.
Here’s how Facebook users reacted:
“What a wonderful video. We can always learn from our elders. Get off of the couch and go dancing,” expressed a Facebook user. “This man loves to dance and we love him. He puts on a show on the dance floor for sure,” commented another. “Hope I have that man’s energy when I hit 83. He’s wide open on the dance floor,” shared a third. “Ohhh it is!!! Bless his heart!! “ posted a fourth. “Love this,” wrote a fifth.
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