[WATCH] Jhb cop's slick dance moves bring a smile to morning traffic goers

A part-time Johannesburg Metro Police points person was spotted doing some slick dance moves while directing traffic on the corner of Witkoppen and Cedar Roads, by Murray Kernick.

The video has since gone viral on social media after being viewed over 175 000 times.

Speaking to Azania Mosaka, the lady in question, Dora Mofokeng, says she enjoys her job and hopes to lift the misery of those sitting in traffic with her dancing.

Dora says on the day she was recorded, she was listening to a song by Dj Tira.

Listen to Dora's interview with Azania below:


This article first appeared on 702 : [WATCH] Jhb cop's slick dance moves bring a smile to morning traffic goers


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