TORONTO – If we happened to work for the Dover, Delaware, police department, we’d want to ride in Master Cpl. Jeff Davis’ car.
If nothing else, it looks like a lot of fun.
The famous “lip-syncing cop”, whose boisterous cover of Taylor Swift’s “Shake it Off” became a viral smash last January, is back in another video.
And this time, he’s not alone.
In a new video released by the Dover Police Department with the hashtag #DashCamDuet, Officer Davis is joined by Cpl. Demetrius Johnson for some more…uh…enthusiastic covers of popular songs.
“After much anticipation, we are excited to release the follow-up to#dashcamdiva with the #dashcamduet edition of Dashcam Confessionals. We hope you enjoy!” the force wrote in a post on their Facebook page.
Together, the two officers make the streets safe for cheesy covers: one pop song at a time.
Among the tunes crooned by the two officers are Iggy Azalea’s “Fancy,” Bastille’s “Pompei,” and Lil’ Jon’s “Turn Down for What.”
Davis, a 19-year veteran of the department and a 48-year-old father of four, became a viral smash when his previous solo cover, recorded as a fake “caught on camera” moment, became a hit around the world.
Even Swift herself commented on his original performance.
Dover, located about two hours east of Washington, D.C., has a population of about 36,000 people.
–With files from Global News’ John R. Kennedy