Toronto cop gets his dance on at Panamania

WATCH ABOVE: Onlookers couldn’t help but smile as the officer danced

TORONTO – A Toronto police officer has taken the Pan Am Games festivities to a new level after dancing his tail feathers off in front of a crowd.

The unidentified officer was recorded Friday evening at Panamania in Nathan Phillips Square by Central Image Agency, which provided the footage to Global News.

A crowd of onlookers couldn’t help but smile and get their cameras out as the male officer cut a rug. The mood it set did a good job of summing up how Torontonians have felt about this summer’s Pan Am Games – they’ve enjoyed it for the most part.

But the real question is whether or not this cop happens to be a repeat offender. Similar footage emerged last summer, in July of 2014, after a Toronto officer was caught jumping and waving at Jazz Fest.

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WATCH ABOVE: Dancing Toronto cop at Beaches Jazz Fest in 2014

Either way, the Toronto police force seems to have at least one employee who has some pretty sweet moves and a good sense of humour.

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