South Carolina police officer shows off dance moves with citizen in TikTok video

Lt. Danny Brown, a police officer in South Carolina, was out on patrol Friday night when a citizen flagged him down with a unique request. He wanted to make a TikTok video with Brown. 

Though it might have been strange to another police officer, Brown — who works for the Richland County Sheriff’s Department — has been using TikTok for about a year, according to local television station WIS.

In fact, the citizen, Tyquan Price, was already a big fan of Brown and his videos, which is why he reached out to the officer in the first place. 

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While they were shooting their dance video in a car’s headlights on Friday night, Brown’s partner, Sr. Deputy Addy Perez, filmed them and later posted it on Twitter.

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The 34-second video — which has more than 21,600 views as of Sunday night — shows Brown walking towards the camera, bobbing his head and shaking his arms before he puts on a pair of sunglasses and moves out of the way. 

A South Carolina police officer recently made a dance video on TikTok with a citizen. (iStock)

Behind him, Price can be seen doing much more impressive dance moves to the music playing in the background. 

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Price also posted the video of the dance on TikTok on Saturday, saying how much he enjoyed the collaboration. 

“Thank u so much for making my day and making time out to dance with me,” he captioned the video. “One day hope we can do this again love u.” [sic]

@tyquanprice

@thundacat830 thank u so much for making my day 🔥🔥🔥💪🏾and making time out to dance with me one day hope we can do this again love u 💪🏾💯@savagep


♬ Taste – Tyga

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Brown told WIS that using social media — particularly TikTok — is an important part of community policing. 

“If we are going to reach this younger generation…especially in this COVID environment we have to use social media,” he told the station.

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