Video: Tenn. cop dances for charity in viral clip
Officer Sean Bulow raised more than $1,100 for the charity
By Police1 Staff
CLEVELAND, Tenn. — An officer has gained viral fame after breaking out his dance moves while raising money for a good cause.
Cleveland Officer Sean Bulow, 32, was raising money for the Salvation Army during “Battle of the Bells” when he decided to up the competition and dance to some music, ABC reported.
“The music went up and he just took off,” Sgt. Ruthie Forgey told the publication.
Bulow was only scheduled for the morning shift of the charity event, but after a video of the officer garnered attention on social media, he came back for the afternoon shift.
“People were asking for ‘the dancing cop,’” spokeswoman Sgt. Evie West said. “Everyone was taking selfies with him and making donations.”
Bulow raised $1,100 in donations for the charity.
“An average kettle raises far less than $1,100 a day,” Forgey said. “To just have that boost really provides for us because need knows no season.”