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An EMPD traffic officer has made the internet a brighter place by just doing his daily job with vigour and joy, it is inspiring everyone.

 

East Rand, Johannesburg – In life, we all have to work to live and we can take one of two paths, we can sludge through every day and count down the seconds until we head home… or we can celebrate the little things each day and learn to love what we do.

Last week, an EMPD traffic officer was filmed dancing while directing traffic and South Africans are loving his enthusiasm and joy for his job.

The officer is adding a little fun into his job, making his own day brighter along with all those who see him. Since the video has been shared online, it has brought joy to many more people.

Apparently, this was not the first time the officer has been this chipper in the morning. According to followers, they often see him dancing while directing traffic.

“Respect to this traffic officer who does his daily job with a little humour to keep you on your way in a bad day’s traffic. Kudos to you Sir.” – Toni Herbst

“There are usually two that alternate. They are brilliant. Brightens up anyone day, driving past. I usually tap my hooter going past to say thanks. Always smile. Miss them now as I used to pass them while I stayed in Rynfield” – Melanie Jayne Ware

“I also pass this officer on a daily basis actually morning and afternoon and it does not ever look like he has a bad day. Way to go Sir.” – Peter Herweg

Take a look at his uplifting daily dancing in the video below.

Friday vibes …..
this is how we do it on the East Rand
#spreadlovespreadlight

Posted by Manogari Nogz Moonsammy on Friday, July 19, 2019


Sources: Facebook
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