• British police set the dance to Halloween Night and guy Fawkes

  • The police of the British County of South Yorkshire rehearsed dance to the celebration of Halloween and the Night guy Fawkes and took the relevant video clip. This reports the Daily Mirror.

    Law enforcement has choreographed to the hit Michael Jackson's "Thriller", simultaneously repeating the motion from a video clip of the singer on this song.

    The initiative became part of the Dark Nights campaign is a national campaign for the protection of citizens from looting and other offences that often occur in night and during different winter celebrations. The initiative is supported by the joint efforts of police, fire and city administrations. The goal is to raise awareness among residents about simple measures to avoid becoming a victim of crime.

    Halloween is celebrated annually in the UK and several other countries in the night from 31 on 1 November. Guy Fawkes Night, or the night of the Fireworks — from 4 to 5 November. Both are not public.


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