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Cop Called To End Heated Fight At Gay Bar, Stays For Karaoke, Kills It

by Derek de Koff June 03, 2016

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It all began when a man threw his drink over some fracas involving his lady friend. After being kicked out, he repeatedly tried muscling his way back into the bar to continue the fight. That’s when police got involved: up to 10 officers hurried over to Waterloo Bar, a gay bar in Glasgow, to take care of the disturbance.

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Once of those officers — Sergeant Jon Harris — wound up taking to the stage to sing a gutsy rendition of Gloria Gaynor’s way-played classic “I Will Survive.” (No, he doesn’t strip, unfortunately.)

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As Deadline News reports, in about ten hours, the following clip had already been viewed over 50,000 times.

Pitchy? Uh, yeah. But his gumption slays and gets 10s across the board.

Watch the performance below:

 




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