"This cop got into the spirit of New York's Pride Parade on Sunday, dancing happily with a participant."
6/29/15, "SEE IT: NYPD officer dances enthusiastically with Pride Parade marcher," NY Daily News, Aliza Chasan
"This is the New York City cop who grooved his way into the celebratory spirit of Sunday’s Pride Parade.
An NYPD officer danced with marcher Aaron Santis, 29, in a video posted to YouTube by Paige Ponzeka. "The officer was just standing there, stoic, not really doing anything,
just watching the parade, and Aaron just started dancing up against
him," Ponzeka said. "A little while into it, the officer just started
dancing with him."
The two men grind and shake their arms to Michael Jackson’s “Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough.” At the end of the video, Santis, who marched with the LGBT Big Apple
Softball League, pats an "I'd hit that" sticker onto the officer’s
uniform and gives the grinning cop a kiss on the cheek....
The NYPD didn’t immediately respond when asked if the officer would be disciplined for dancing suggestively in uniform.
Two officers who danced with women at the West Indian Day Parade in 2011 were not disciplined."
6/29/15, "NYPD Officer Bumps, Grinds, Simulates Sex with Gay Pride Parade Member," Breitbart, William Bigelow
"On Sunday, one NYPD officer joyfully danced
with a member of the gay pride parade, bumping and grinding and letting
the parade member get behind him and simulate sex on the street in
front of appreciative onlookers.
Afterward, the gay pride parade member gave the officer a nice hug and kiss, while the officer beamed.
The gay parade-dancing officer had precedent: In 2011, NYPD officers did some bumping and grinding of their own with revelers at the West Indian-American Day Carnival. One report said that an officer was “daggering” a lucky recipient." Image: Paige Ponzeka/YouTube