Two NYPD Officers caught Bumping and Grinding at West Indian Day Parade
The New York City Police Department is investigating two of their own after a video was posted earlier today online that showed what appeared to be two NYPD officers bumping and grinding with women along the West Indian Day Parade route.
Two men in uniform who appear to be NYPD cops practically stood still when they were approached by women who bent over and shook their rear-ends at the cops, but two other cops appeared eager to join in and are seen on the video aggressively thrusting their pelvises up against the behinds of at least two women, who were shaking to the beat
While it appears everyone on the video had a good time, including the women, a police investigtive unit in Brooklyn has been ordered to look into the video and the cops who are seen dancing on it, the Daily News reported.
The Caribbean-themed festival was especially violent this year, with nine people shot at or near the parade route. Labor Day weekend saw 49 people shot with seven fatalities throughout New York City.
Another reference used to describe the cops behavior is daggering which is Jamican slang that can mean dancing and gyrating in an aggressive way.
The video originally appeared on WorldStarHipHop.com.
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