OKC Police takes on ‘Running Man Challenge’ in hilarious international dance-off

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Oklahoma City Police bring their best everyday to keep our streets safe - including their best 90's dance skills.

OKCPD accepted the international dance-off challenge involving police departments around the world, and, boy, do they have some moves!

Officers did the 'Running Man' dance to the 1996 tune of Ghost Town DJ's "My Boo."

They even included giant cut-outs of Thunder players to honor the NBA Finals.

A bomb squad officer ends the dance by saying, "Now, that's the bomb!"

The social media craze #RunningManChallenge first started with two high school students who were bored in class.

It soon branched out to a plethora of professional athletes, and now, police departments worldwide are challenging other departments to give it their best shot.

New Zealand's Police force was the first department to kick off the law enforcement dance challenge.

Their online video immediately went viral and other departments soon rose to the challenge.

Keeping with the NBA theme, OKCPD threw out a challenge to Oakland, Toronto, and Cleveland Police Departments.

Check out these Running Man Challenge videos from other police departments around the globe.

Which one is your favorite? We're partial to OKC! You can watch the full video below.

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