Two Colorado cops jam out to Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin'” in their patrol car in hilarious video posted online.
Palisade Police Department detective Mark Post and officer Bryce Raber rock out by playing air-guitar, clenching their fists and singing along to the 1981 hit.
And there’s an amusing twist at the end of the song when a woman sits up in the back seat and asks, “Ok, ok, can we please just go to the jail?”
The duo say the video pays tribute to fellow law enforcers across the country.
“We know it’s been a hard year so far for our law enforcement family,” they wrote on the department’s Facebook page. ”Always remember the brotherhood that we have and know it will always keep us together as we push through the struggle, don’t stop believing.”
Posted online on Monday, the clip is going viral with more than 800,000 views.
Raber told KDVR the duo usually goofed around in the squad car, when they weren’t catching criminals of course. “This is what we normally do riding around in the car, we like to have some fun.”
Palisade Police Chief Debra Funston told Fox 31 she was “very proud of these two guys.” “Not only do they care about their fellow officers, the care about the community. They want the community to believe as well.”
According to the Officer Down Memorial Page, 17 law enforcers have died in the line of duty in the U.S. so far in 2016.
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