The Garda Jerusalem Dance Video is content we do not know we need this week, thanks to the Swiss Federal Police.
When members of a Garda Savocana were given the opportunity to take up the Jerusalem Viral Dance Challenge, they did not turn it down, and the results were a huge success. A clip was posted yesterday on Garda’s social media accounts, showing officials across Ireland withdrawing from the South African song DJ Master KG.
Not only was he impressed by the Irish public, but the Swiss police were the same people who first assigned the Garda. Today, on social media, they praised Garde’s efforts and said they were “completely successful”.
In addition, in honor of their efforts, the Swiss police included a clip showing the Irish flag in one of their buildings, “We are all Irish today in Switzerland.” They thanked Garda for the “moments of pure joy” and you can see their tribute and Garda’s original clip below
Well our allies Ug Sugarpolis I take #jerusalemachallenge To a new level. But ard Gardinfo Absolutely nails! In honor of this outstanding performance, we are all 🇮🇪 in today. Thanks ard Gardinfo For moments of pure joy! # Stay at home # Together https://t.co/EkSDQCOXQ2 pic.twitter.com/1kY7KpFclj
– edfedpol (edfedpolCH) February 3, 2021
Garda has already challenged the Irish public to engage in their own editions of the Jerusalem Challenge, and you can find out how to do this at this link.
Following the original can be a daunting task, but we are all eager to see what comes to mind. Let’s get to work, friends.
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