Firefighters from the Greenville Fire Department won the sympathy of the people with a fun video.
The amusing video posted on YouTube starts with a firefighter who synchronizes Flor Rida's popular song "My House” while touring the kitchen and dining room area of the fire station.
The camera keeps following the firefighters who then enter the exercise room where men flex their arms to brag about their muscles.
The talented officers then performed the hit song "Gurl Look At That Body" by LMFAO, as they interpret a sexy dance while being sprayed with a water hose.
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The firefighters credited iamBroadway, Jeff Davis Media and eGreenville Extra for their lip-sync challenge performance.
They took the challenge to a whole new level with expertly recorded scenes. The video of their performance has been seen more than 300,000 times since it was published back in August.
The Greenville Fire Department had already been challenged by the Paris Fire Department, located in North Texas after the officers of that unit carried out their lip-sync challenge.
A number of attractive firefighters captivated the netizens with their performance and the received more than 5.7 million visits on YouTube.
The challenge has drawn attention to police and those responding to emergencies; showing their lip-syncing skills with modern hits and classic songs.
The video of the Fire Department of Paris is more elaborated than the Greenville video. It begins with the firemen sleeping in their rooms.
The camera zooms in on one of them and the screen changes to a dream sequence. A few seconds later, many firefighters joined in and start lip-syncing with "Wrecking Ball" by Miley Cyrus.
The men exploited their creativeness and even used an ax as accessories as in the original music video.
These moments of fun become a respite of relief for the hard work done by members of the fire brigade in each region of the planet. Each one of us has a lot to thank these heroes for.
Which reminds us of the story of a fireman who promised a 6-year-old boy that he would take him for a ride in the fire truck after he was close to dying in a massacre that took place in a church in Texas, where 26 people died.