NOTTING HILL, England (NBC/APTN) - Amateur video showing police officers entertaining spectators at London's Notting Hill Carnival with an impromptu dance-off has become a viral hit.
The video shot on Sunday shows the officers dancing one after the other and sitting down on the ground to "row" in unison.
The crowd loved it, and so did the rest of the world.
The video on Tuesday had reached nearly half-a-million hits.
The man who posted it told AP Television that he put the footage online with hopes of strengthening the relationship between police and the public.
The Notting Hill Carnival, which began in 1966, is the largest annual street celebration of its kind in Europe.
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