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TAGUM CITY, PHILIPPINES. A video of three traffic enforcers doing their cover of "Twerk it Like Miley" has spread like fire over social media earning 2,579,984 total views as of this posting.

In the video, three traffic enforcers were filmed twerking like Miley while reinforcing traffic in the unspecified streets of what's believed to be Tagum City in Davao province.

The video was shared in Bassilyo's Facebook page on August 13 and has since gone viral with more than 115,000 likes and over 73,000 shares as of posting time.

Here's the video:

TWERK IT LIKE MILEY TRAFFIC ENFORCERS DANCE COVER
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Posted by Bassilyo on Wednesday, August 12, 2015

28 comments:

  1. We have a lot of traffic enforcers that dance while moderating the traffic, it's awesome. I think it's entertaining especially while rush hour.

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    1. This shows that no matter how hard life can be, we pinoys do still find time to enjoy life.

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  2. Wow, it received so many likes and shares! If every traffic enforcer would be like this, I think people stuck in traffic will be happier and mood will be lighter.

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    1. I definitely agree with you Roch. Have you seen a dancing traffic police for real?

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  3. So fun. But why Malaysia's enforcement didn't do anything except standing at roadside doing nothing. Well, some are still doing their job well, but there are a lot who don't.

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    1. Sin Yee, if they happen to see this, they might get an idea.
      How about sharing this video? :)

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  4. Oh they were good! It’s very entertaining to see traffic enforces dancing to an awesome beat. Instead of stressing everyone out, they took one for the team.

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    1. That's something very admirable about them.

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  5. Watching these videos is always super fun! I wish a lot of our traffic enforcers would put in just as much effort in doing their job well! :D

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    1. Now, that's something very important as well. They should be seen working as hard as they put much effort in this dance.

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  6. couldn't view the video. it sounded so fun I wished I could view it. anyway many years back I've watched a video showing a traffic enforcer in Taiwan dancing while directing traffic. but no funny twerking there though.

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    1. That's sad Mia. You missed the fun if you didn't see the video.

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  7. Such a popular video it seems many people get entertained with it. Definitely a stress buster when you are struck in the traffic jam.

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  8. It's nice to see creativity with the traffic enforcers. This can really ease the load of the people stuck in traffic.

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    1. Have you seen a real showdown in the street, Franc?

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  9. OMG! This IS ACTUALLY HAPPENING ON THE MIDDLE OF A ROAD? I can't believe this!

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  10. This is so hilarious. I'm glad you made a joke out of a bad day like that!

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    1. Definitely, super fun to watch, right?

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  11. This is super refreshing to see after going through rush hour traffic this morning. I love how this also works as their exercise too!

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    1. Yes, an unlikely exercise in the middle of a busy street. But very entertaining.

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  12. Hahahahaha..this is near my city. I love Tagum and right now there are places you can visit aside Samal, Davao del Norte.

    That video is a viral! Kudos to all!

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    1. I love Davao. I was there last summer and I am really a fan of the Duterte's who are running the city with so much dignity.

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  13. Only in the Philippines. What the enforcer performed is really cute. Pampaalis inis.

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  14. It's definitely distracting and entertaining to see traffic enforcers dancing in the middle of a busy intersection. Haven't seen it personally though, hope to one day.

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    1. And I hope drivers won't be distracted so they won't cause any trouble in the street.

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