Deputy Marks His Last Day On The Job With An Epic Elevator Dance

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Before Deputy Tony Scherb retire from his 29-year service and wonderful career at the El Paso County Sheriff’s office, there is one last thing that he really wanted to do before his term expires. In his almost three decades of service, he already gained respect and honor from his co-workers because of his outstanding behavior towards his work.

But for this single moment in his life, he finally broke out, and came out of his box, did his once in a lifetime moves, having the cameras rolled and captured him without him knowing which immediately went viral.

When Deputy Scherb heard a music playing inside the elevator and identified that it was Silento’s “Watch me (Whip/Nae Nae) he decided to mark his last day in the office with a big bang. He then groove and dance into an remarkable never before seen dance move that caused Deputy Reed to join in and dance with him when she came in.

In the video, they both enjoy the music until the chief deputy came in. In silence, they both gave an honorable salute. They waited for the chief deputy to leave the elevator and continue with their dance celebration.

Quite amazing isn’t it? He totally nailed it!

Source: faithtap