Watch: Limpopo Traffic Officer Goes Viral With Festive Dance!
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This must be the most festive traffic officer in the whole of South Africa!!

 

Limpopo, South Africa (23 December 2022) – It’s the bum shake for me!!! A traffic officer in Phalaborwa is going viral with his festive dance moves!

Little is known about the traffic officer except for his evident passion and love for his job. The video was posted to Twitter by Simon Makwala and racked up 13,000 views in 11 hours.

Dancing traffic officers are no strangers to Good Things Guy, with many being featured in the past. We had an East Rand officer shaking it down in 2019 and a Gqeberha officer at the beginning of 2022.

Watch the video below:


Sources: Social Media 
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