Watch dancing cop 2018: Officer gets down at Zulu in 2 videos


Wobble Cop, AKA NOPD Detective Winston Harbin, was the original. And NOPD Sgt. L.J. Smith has been caught more than once, busting a move parades and at New Orleans Jazz Fest. And now, the latest: Zulu parade cop.

In two videos posted Wednesday on social media, what appears to be the same NOPD officer dances at the Zulu parade, as it rolls on Canal Street on Mardi Gras (Tuesday, Feb. 13). First, in an Instagram video, he dances opposite a young woman who is a member of a dance team as the group waits for a pause in the parade. He keeps on dancing as the parade proceeds and she marches on. It looks a lot like Sgt. Smith, mentioned above.

The Instagram user identifies the dance team as BusyBodies Dance Company, located on the West Bank.

In the second video, the officer dances with a costumed member of Zulu, leapfrogging over him at the beginning and then dancing with him.

So is that Sgt. Smith dancing in those videos? We’re not sure, but we’re reaching out to NOPD for confirmation. Stay tuned.

So is that Sgt. Smith dancing in those videos? We’re not sure, but we’re reaching out to NOPD for confirmation. Stay tuned.



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