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San Diego Police Take on 'Running Man Challenge'

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    Who knew San Diego police had such sick dance moves?

    Accepting the Miami Police Department’s “Running Man Challenge,” the San Diego Police Department offered some much-need comedic relief on YouTube on Wednesday.

    The challenge, in case you haven’t seen the craze on the internet, entails a dance to the Ghost Town DJs song “My Boo” that incorporates the Running Man dance move of the 1990s.

    In the roughly 8-minute clip, officers are seen at various notable San Diego locations, including the USS Midway Museum, Balboa Park, Officer Christopher Wilson Memorial Park and Mission Beach.

    The officers dance with private citizens, clad in swimsuits at the beach, for instance, and also enlist the smooth moves of some Chargers players and their own police canines.

    And they really know how to get down. In one shot, an officer even does the Worm dance move.

    The end of the video encourages potential officers to join “America’s Finest Team.” And then Police Chief Shelley Zimmerman issues a new Running Man challenge to the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department.

    You’re next Sheriff Gore.

    Check out the full clip here: