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Police officer serenades lady at donut shop then all his buddies join in
This is totally classic.
Patricia Lynn
07.20.21

If there’s one internet challenge that never gets old, it’s gotta be the “Lip Sync Challenge.” Because of the craze, we’ve gotten to see police officers across the country show off their lip-syncing skills – not to mention, their creativity too!

Anyone who’s a fan of cops, good music, and classic movies is gonna love the video below. It features the Sherman Police Department from the great state of Texas.

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YouTube - Sherman Police Department

These are some cool cops.

Where other departments went the extra mile for their videos, these guys took a different route. The cops pulled a scene from a classic 80s film, changed the setting and the costumes, but still carried out the same lines and even the song used.

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Get ready for a twist on everyone’s favorite, Top Gun.

Tom Cruise plays Maverick in the movie. One popular scene is when he approaches a woman at the bar and starts singing, “You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin.'” Well, these police officers managed to put a fun spin on the scene!

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YouTube - Sherman Police Department

Cops in a bar?

That wouldn’t work. Besides, it’s not allowed. But they ARE known for donuts, so a donut place would definitely work. In fact, the place is full of cops! It’s like the entire department decided to drop by. Must be really good donuts!

Four cops seated at a table begin discussing what they should do for their lip sync challenge, putting out ideas here and there, but none of the suggestions seem right.

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YouTube - Sherman Police Department

That’s when one of the officers sees a girl by the display counter.

He nudges his friend, pointing out the pretty girl who was minding her own business, as he goes,

“She’s lost that loving feeling.”

His friend doesn’t feel the same way.

“No, she hasn’t.”

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YouTube - Sherman Police Department

No mic? Grab a Long John!

What follows is an exact copy of the famous bar scene but this time, it’s two cops in a donut shop. He taps the lady, his friend blocks him, but they both dip before coming back up as he starts singing the lyrics of “You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin.'”

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YouTube - Sherman Police Department

The woman looks genuinely stunned by the performance.

What’s a girl have to do to get a donut? But hey, this is a huge compliment! The other cops gather around just like in the movie, eventually singing along with the “Maverick” of the group. She’s smiling, which means it’s working!

In the video description, it says:

“Can’t go wrong with Top Gun and donuts! And to answer some questions ahead of time: Those are not our singing voices; we are lip syncing. All officers in the video are off duty!”

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YouTube - Sherman Police Department

So, does he get invited to sit down?

Yes, he most certainly does! Hands raised in the air as a sign of his triumph, the donut cop successfully sits next to the pretty lady.

Sherman PD ends the challenge right there. A taller officer walks towards the camera, issuing a challenge to another department before his boys shout out in victory, delighted at their version of the famous scene.

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YouTube - Sherman Police Department

Their entertaining video has put a smile on a lot of faces.

If you’ve kept up with the lip sync challenge, you know there are all kinds of performances, and some of them are pretty fancy! This one is simple, funny, and downright clever.

Watch the Sherman Police Department serenade a donut customer in the video below!

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By Patricia Lynn
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Patricia Lynn is a senior writer at Shareably. Patricia is based out of San Francisco and can be reached at hi@shareably.net.
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