POLICE officers bust some hilarious dance moves earlier today to entertain Bracknell residents during the lockdown.

The Bullbrook community were treated to a special visit by police community support officers (PCSO's) between 11am and 1pm today.

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Music was blasted from the speakers of the police van while an officer dressed as PC Jim and danced in front of people's gardens, while abiding by social distancing of course.

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Caroline Cox was one of the residents who enjoyed the show. 

She said: "At first I just heard sirens so I looked out of my door to see this fantastic show of policeman dancing and waving. It really lifted everyone's spirits and myself and others cheered them all on and thanked them for making us smile.

"I thought it was incredibly fantastic and funny and I really appreciated the efforts that had gone to keep everyone spirits up during this awful time of covid 19."

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The force said: "Well done to our Bracknell PCSOs for sharing a bit of social distancing entertainment this morning. PC Jim has been working on his ‘floss’ and ‘lasso’ hard.

"We know it’s going to be a sunny weekend but please continue to follow the government guidelines."