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20 Jan, 2016 12:15

Please don’t stop the music: Cop loves dancing to Rihanna (VIDEO)

Please don’t stop the music: Cop loves dancing to Rihanna (VIDEO)

Stig ‘Tonish’ Tonsjø loves nothing more than combining his two passions: being a cop and dancing to Rihanna. The Norwegian posted this video of himself getting down to the pop star's music in - and around - his patrol car.

Dressed in full uniform, the Oslo officer tells the camera: “I like music. I love Rihanna and I’m proud to be a Norwegian police officer. So please, don’t stop the music.”

He intended to show that police officers are regular people and spread positivity, Tonsjø told Politiforum.

“I want to show that there are interests behind the uniform of us police officers, just as there are with other people,” he said.

This isn’t the first time the dancing police officer has posted his dance moves online. More than 27,000 people have viewed his 2014 video with the description “Cool police instructor doing electric boogie while working!”

Tonsjø’s videos have yet to gain the same traction as this Delaware cop dancing to Taylor Swift’s ‘Shake It Off’ while patrolling the streets, which has received more than 38 million views.

And this traffic officer’s Michael Jackson moves attracted more than a million views on YouTube.