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Irish police challenge the Northern Irish police to a Running Man dance challenge and the result is magnificent


LAST week the Irish Gardaí performed their own version of the Running Man routine and challenged their Northern counterparts, the Police Service of Northern Ireland to a dance off.

Officers from Craigavon in County Armagh responded on Tuesday posting clip of their effort to Facebook.

More Entertainment:

The ‘Running Man’ dance craze started in the United States with basketball players doing the running man to 90’s hit song My Boo by Ghost Town DJs.

2016’s answer to the Harlem Shake, the Running Man is being used by police forces all over the world in a bid to drive up recruitment.

Whose do you think was better? Check out both videos below

An Garda Síochána’s effort:

And now watch the PSNI:

Running Man ChallengeAfternoon folks,

Well here it is. Let’s send this global and put our wee country on the map for all the right reasons!

We’re throwing this out to ALL UK police who haven’t yet stepped up, as well as the RCMP (The Mounties, just because they have funny boots and hats)

We’d also particularly like to see the Isle of Man do the Isle of Running Man! Whatever you guys do, let’s see your towns, locals and communities.

Here in Northern Ireland we’re open for business. Are you?






Posted by PSNI Craigavon on Monday, 16 May 2016


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One comment on “Irish police challenge the Northern Irish police to a Running Man dance challenge and the result is magnificent”

  1. Boston, USA

    I wonder if the Tel Aviv Police Department would have a dance challenge with the Berlin Police? I wonder if the Warsaw Police would have a dance challenge with the Moscow Police? Or is it politically incorrect to remember the R.U.C's historical record because they changed the name?


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