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They Thought They Were Alone, But The Deputy Didn’t Know A Secret Camera Was Filming Everything

OMG June 6, 2017 By Vincent

Tony Scherb, a retiring police deputy, was a well-respected member of his department and team but such a high-pressure job can get to you and so Tony found a novel way of letting off steam when in the elevator.

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One of the department's longest-serving officers, Tony was due to retire in 2016 after serving with the traffic unit and the transport and court departments for over 29 years.

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El Paso County is in the state of Colorado. Approximately 500,000 people live in the area and keeping the area safe can be quite the task and community engagement is a vital tool in gaining the trust of the residents of El Paso.

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No one in  El Paso County Sheriff’s Office expected to catch Tony out with elevator footage after malfunctions had forced them to install a camera to see what was happening to them.

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Walking into the lift alone, it appears that Tony is looking at his phone whilst it plays Silento’s 2015 hit “Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)” but soon Tony starts really getting into the song and rapidly begins throwing shapes to the tune.

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He really starts to get into it, unhindered by other prying eyes...little does he know the camera is filming the whole time.

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Lip-Syncing along as well, Tony is soon joined in the elevator by a fellow officer, Deputy Reed, who seems perplexed and unimpressed with his moves.

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However, she soon can't help joining in, showing Tony just how it is done and the pair hop about the elevator with great purpose and perform the signature 'stanky leg' move from the song with adept skill.

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However, their fun is soon cut short by the arrival of Chief Deputy Evans as the pair stand still with Tony even saluting in respect of his rank.

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It's evident the pair think their antics have been rumbled as they cautiously eye their superior ranking officer.

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However, Deputy Evans soon departs and the pair get back to dancing before also being joined by a third officer before the three of them soon synchronized their moves as they rocked back and forth to do the “superman.”

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However, things soon grind to a halt again as the big man in charge, Sheriff Bill Elder steps into the elevator and all three look nervously around at him with the music still playing.

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However, the Sheriff knows what's good and begins to perform on his own thus reassuring the other three to start up again.

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A touching tribute to Tony's dedication to public service, the video has, as of writing, been viewed 8 million times!

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The video of straight-laced cops coming together as friends and colleagues is quite a nice sight given the turbulent times we live in and the video is well worth a watch.

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The department usually takes to Facebook to post pictures of suspects they want to talk to, public safety statements or updates on their fleet and members of staff but this video was just too good to not post.

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Watch it in full on Facebook (by clicking here) or in the video and let us know what you think of the dance moves on show in the comments below.

Enjoy your retirement, Tony! It looks like you will.


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