Mardi Gras 2017: Watch NOPD officer dance during King Arthur parade to Fifth Harmony

Carlie Kollath Wells By Carlie Kollath Wells MardiGras.com
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on February 20, 2017 at 8:37 AM, updated February 21, 2017 at 10:00 AM

New Orleans police officers are well known for their dance moves on Mardi Gras parade routes. (Watch the Wobble Cop.) And they haven't disappointed this year.

Twitter user @said_logic captured a fun moment of an officer jumping in with a dance krewe during the Krewe of King Arthur parade Sunday (Feb. 19). The officer is seen shaking his hips to Fifth Harmony's "Work from Home." The pop band performed the day before in Metairie at Family Gras.

The dancing happened on Magazine Street near Valmont, @said_logic said. Cory Nebe was across the street and saw the action too:

Have you seen any officers dancing on the routes this year? Leave a comment or post your video below.