A video of a police officer in Kansas City, Missouri, showing off his dance moves to a group of kids has gone viral.
The video was posted on the Kansas City Police Department's Facebook page on Aug. 11.
By Wednesday morning, the video had been viewed more than half a million times on YouTube.
One of the police officer's dance moves was called "The Octopus," which involved a lot of arm flailing and toe tapping. The police officer also used dance moves from "Saturday Night Fever," and attempted to spin on the ground.
The police officer was identified by WDAF-TV In Kansas City as 26-year-old J. Krebs, who is apparently fairly new to the police department. Knowing that he loves to dance, his partner challenged him to show his moves to the neighborhood kids while they were out on patrol.