Officer departs with dance party in elevator
When retirement called for one Colorado police officer, he couldn't just walk away. He had to dance.
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Deputy Tony Scherb spent 29 years on the force with the El Paso County Sheriff's Office.
As he left, he did the "whip." And, of course, he did the "nae nae."
A video released by the sheriff's office shows off some of Scherb's moves—along with a little help from his friends.
Not relegated to the "whip" and "nae nae" alone, there's also "the stanky leg," "the bop," and "the superman," amongst others.
In the clip, an elevator-sized dance party led by Scherb ensues; briefly pausing as a supervisor arrives before starting back up again and picking up new participants—including the sheriff himself.
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