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Saturday, June 23, 2018

Gay Pride Parade NYPD Officer Dance 🌷 RIP 🌷

A Gay Pride Parade Marcher
Got an NYPD Cop to Bust a Move with Him
 Madison Malone Kircher


The New York Police Department provided more than just security for the city’s annual pride parade.

One cop is becoming a viral sensation thanks to his stellar dance skills.
You might even call his moves “New York’s Finest.”

A YouTube video shared after Sunday’s parade shows a parade marcher getting his groove on with what appears to be a member of the New York Police Department

The 12-second clip stars the unlikely duo dancing to along to Michael Jackson’s “Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough.”

NYPD Officer Dances Enthusiastically
With Pride Parade Marcher

The cop’s partner in dance was marching with an LGBT softball league during the parade, explains the user who posted the video, Paige Ponzeka, in its caption.
Gothamist spotted the video on a New York-centric Reddit board.

Here’s a look at pair dancing in the street. 
Clutching his hat and moving to the music, the cop is all smiles.
The parade occurred just a few days after the Supreme Court legalized gay marriage in all 50 states, so energy was high. Some members of the crowd snapped photos while the duo danced.

The moment doesn’t last long before the marcher has to hurry back to the parade. Before he goes, the pair embraces and the marcher gives the officer a quick kiss on the cheek.
Check out the original video below.
 NYPD gets down during NYC pride
NYPD Cop Michael Hance
Who Went Viral For Twerking at a Pride Parade
Dies Of Cancer
Kimberly Ricci
The charismatic NYPD officer who danced into the Internet’s heart during a 2015 viral video has passed away at age 44
Michael Hance won millions of instant fans while spontaneously twerking away at a NYC Pride Parade. He joined the force just prior to the 9/11 World Trade Center attacks and worked as part of the bucket brigade while the city struggled to recover.
According to a friend who spoke with the New York Daily News, Hance carried an infectious enthusiasm and had “like 8 million friends.” Perhaps that’s why he couldn’t resist dancing with Pride participant Aaron Santis, who told Buzzfeed News that he’d been attempting to persuade cops to dance with him “all day,” and finally, he approached Hance. 
Paige Ponzeka captured the resulting video footage and commented on Hance’s “stoic” stance, which he tried to maintain before realizing that he couldn’t resist getting down to Michael Jackson’s “Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough.”
Hance was stationed at the 11th Precinct in Queens for much of his career until he fell ill in November 2016. He received a diagnosis of brain cancer, which quickly spread to his lungs, chest, and liver. The pattern has become all too clear for rescue workers and first responders who worked the aftermath of the terror attack.

Hance leaves behind two beloved young daughters, and friends have set up a GoFundMe page to assist his family and help defray medical costs. His glorious dance moves shall live on forever.
Michael was a NYC policeman of 18 years. He was there helping the victims of 911 .  A true family man.
His greatest joy is his two daughters. He is one of four children. He was diagnosed with brain cancer in November 2016. 
NYPD Cop Michael Hance's Twerk Video
Remembered At Funeral

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