Security footage from the Butler County Jail shows Sheriff Richard Jones teaching the crime dog how to dance in order to spread an important message for those celebrating on Super Bowl Sunday.
The Butler County Sheriff's Office tweeted a link to the video Friday with the caption, "We caught some suspicious activity on the security cameras at BCSO."
We caught some suspicious activity on the security cameras at BCSO: https://t.co/EyE5FZ4PLg— Butler County S.O. (@BCSOalerts) February 5, 2016
We caught some suspicious activity on the security cameras at BCSO: https://t.co/EyE5FZ4PLg
The video shows the sheriff, deputies and other staff dancing along with the crime dog.
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As the footage cuts off a message appears stating, "If you're going to 'party' like us this Sunday for the Super Bowl don't drink and drive."
Watch the full video below.
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