Sometimes there's just nothing left to do but dance the 'Whip/Nae Nae', in an elevator and caught on camera so all your colleagues can see you bust some fresh-ass moves.
That's what El Paso County Sheriff’s Deputy Tony Scherb did to leave his colleagues something to remember him by as he heads off into retirement after 29 years with the force.
It's not just Scherb either who shows he's got some 'Whip/Nae Nae' skills, a few of his colleagues also join in.
That is, until the sheriff himself steps into the elevator and they all freeze...but only for awhile, because Sheriff Bill Elder starts throwing down some shapes too.
The video was uploaded to the EPC Sheriff's Office Facebook page where it's gotten over 5 million views. It was seen as a fun way to honor Scherb service. "We knew that Deputy Scherb would leave behind a legacy hard to forget... but this, is amazing!" said the department.
In a separate post they also said, "Tony has been a valued member of the Sheriff’s Office for so many years and a personal friend to many of us. We are going to miss him and we wish him the very best."
A new career as a backing dancer surely awaits.
Or maybe he should team up with officer Jeff Davis from the Dover Police Department (an avid Taylor Swift fan).
They'd make a perfect duo.