The Metropolitan Polices’ Territorial Support Group are renown for their no-nonsense approach to policing.
When it all goes ‘pete tong’ in London, then the TSG will often be the first to turn up en-masse.
As well as providing expert resources during public order events, the TSG are also known to smash down the doors of violent criminals and drug dealers during the early hours of the morning.
And that’s why it is extremely rare to see the ‘softer side’ of this bolshy bunch of police officers.
So when we saw the following video doing the rounds on Twitter, then we just had to share it with our followers.
To be fair, I think that the kids won the ‘dance off’ in this video, but the TSG Officer put in a good effort.
Perhaps PC Dan Graham, the Met’s finest dancing Cop, can provide some one-on-one training for his TSG colleagues – just in case they encounter a similar dance-off challenge anytime soon.
At the time of putting this article together, the video had 4291 views. Lets see if we can get that figure higher by sharing the backside off of this rear glimpse of the softer side of the TSG.
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