After Running Man success, New Zealand Police take their moves to the elevator
After finding fame with their Running Man dance video, our boys in blue are at it again - this time with officers jamming in an elevator.
The video shows officers entering an elevator on different levels and making music with their hands, feet, the walls, and small instruments.
The video was posted on Tuesday afternoon but had 50,000 views within two hours.
Some asked if this meant another challenge against other police forces was on the cards. Police recruitment would neither confirm nor deny that posting: "We're always up for a musical challenge! We'll just have to see what happens."
In May, a video of police officers doing the Running Man Challenge gained international attention when Australia, Los Angeles, the UK, and New York police departments were asked if they were up for it.
Comments on the latest video praised New Zealand police recruitment for their moves and many enjoyed seeing the force have some fun.
Rox Niblett posted: "Mad respect for our NZ police!!! Love seeing them have abit [sic] of fun."
Others were impressed by the tactics of New Zealand's police recruitment.
Ollie Law posted: "...NZ Police really nail their marketing. Not only is it fun but you can tell there are some decent messages behind all of this, very cool - keep up the good work!"