Beat cop: Hilarious video shows young cheerleaders trying to teach their dance moves to a police officer after a football match
- A group of cheerleaders taught a police officer some new moves after a high school football game in Tennessee
- Officer Andrew Neff of the Monterey police tried to learn the cheer routine after the Monterey High School beat Jackson Count
- Police footage shows Neff's attempt to move his feet
A police officer from Tennessee was caught on video and was taught dance moves by a group of cheerleaders from a local school.
Officer Andrew Neff towered over the little girls of the Monterey High School after their team defeated Jackson County.
Police footage shows Neff's attempt to cheer him up.
A group of cheerleaders taught a police officer some new moves after a high school football game in Tennessee
The girls did their best to teach the officer different movements, but he didn't quite understand!
You heard the children shout their instructions to the officer.
& # 39; Get up and stop them! & # 39; the girls sang to the officer.
Apparently overwhelmed because he had to learn both the words and the dance movements, Officer Neff asked first to look at the girls, while they slowly went through their routine for him
Finally, when Officer Neff was ready to perform with the youth, he got several elements of the routine wrong, causing the girls to burst out laughing.
& # 39; A special thanks to the cheerleaders for enduring his two left feet. He will certainly keep his job, & # 39; the Monterey police wrote next to the video.
The girls broke into laughter when the officer tried the movements, left. The clapping seemed simple enough, anyway
The officer seemed to be having a good time with the cheerleaders and the girls were amused
Family man: officer Neff is pictured at home with his wife and young son
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