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article imageA policeman's tribute to Michael Jackson’s death anniversary

By Igor I. Solar     Jun 26, 2014 in Entertainment
Iquique - On the fifth anniversary of the death of Michael Jackson his fans remember him around the world. During a presentation of Chile’s Police Marching Band, an officer surprised everyone when he began to move using the famous dance steps of the late artist.
Following the style of the "King of Pop", a policeman delighted passersby yesterday with his particular dancing skills during a performance of the National Police Marching Band in downtown Iquique, Chile.
During the show, the band accompanied the dancer in a lively “Moonwalk” performance of Michael Jackson's "Billie Jean." The young policeman earned laughter and applause from the audience, who subsequently shared the officer’s talent through social networks.
The Chilean National Police Marching Band is currently on tour in the northern region of Chile and will make presentations in several cities including Iquique, Alto Hospicio, Mamiña and La Tirana. For over eight decades, the Band of Chile’s National Police (Carabineros de Chile) has toured the country winning the hearts and applause of many generations of Chileans. The band has also performed in various Latin American and European countries.
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