Tenaha Police Dept. probably win the lip sync battle with their ‘Smokey & The Bandit’ reenactment
Law enforcement agencies across the country keep on showing their talents in a lip-syncing competition that is circulated around the web.
However, the Tenaha Police department might just have won it all with their own lip sync challenge video inspired by "Smokey and the Bandit."
Posted on YouTube on July 5, 2018, the video shows the officers acting as different characters from the famous motion picture and lip-syncing to "Eastbound and Down."
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The local law enforcers from the small town of Tenaha, Texas accepted the challenge in a big way.
They took on a big production of a remake of a scene from the 1977 smash hit "Smokey And The Bandit."
The officers recreated the theme song of the film, “East Bound and Down.”
Their video has been viewed more than 60,000 times on YouTube since it was uploaded.
One user commented, "Love it! Thanks for [your] service! [It's] awesome to see the people behind the badge, [a lot] have forgotten that officers are people too!"
"This is great! Can you imagine what people on the road were [thinking?] [They're] probably like "[OMG] a car chase" only to find out it was a production for a music video," added another user.
Meanwhile, the Nixa Police Department in Missouri also decided to join the Internet lip synching challenge, and their remarkable performance quickly went viral.
The YouTube video posted recently shows the policemen dancing to the rhythm of Kenny Loggins’s iconic song, “Footloose.”
The lawmen showcased their dance steps to the popular song in different settings such as the streets, the police department, and restaurants. They also invited the residents of the community to join them.
The Nixa Police Department wrote on Facebook, “No budget, no production company (shot and edited by our Public Information Officer who studied film production), and all officers donated their time to participate."
"We believe in being responsible with taxpayer dollars, and we made an extra effort to do so while having fun,” they added.
The video of their performance has been viewed more than 96,000 times since it was uploaded to the popular video sharing site.