Members of Devon and Cornwall Police have hit the streets of Falmouth 'Gangnam Style' to help raise funds for a young boy left with disabilities after suffering a brain tumour.
Sergeant Gary Watts 'persuaded' colleagues from the town station to join him in a public re-creation of the cult music video by South Korean rapper Psy.
Officers and PCSOs put their dancing skills to the test to film the parody at various locations in the town, including Falmouth Quay.
The tongue-in-cheek charity video has been made for a serious purpose -- to raise money for 12-year-old Josh Wilson, who was diagnosed with a brain tumour in 2004.
Following treatment the youngster, from Bury, now has severe neuromuscular disabilities that require a fully-adapted home; his family needs to raise £25,000 to pay for a ceiling track hoist, a special medical bath, building work and other basic equipment.
Anyone wanting to donate to Joshua's Journey fund can do so via: superjosh.co.uk
The video was recorded, edited and produced at no cost by Pete Appleyard and the team from Roseland Media, and the officers completed the video in their own time.
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