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March 23, 2013

Two arrested for doing the 'Harlem Shake'


The “Dougie,” comes from an older pop song titled “Teach Me How to Dougie.” The Dougie is more of an individual dance that involves stepping side to side and swaying the hips and shoulders in a semi-circular motion.

Prior to breaking out in dance, officers said people in the crowd were shouting expletives and “it’s a free country.” At one point, according to Gonzalez’s report, Driscoll exchanged words with one of the people in the crowd, later identified as Nelson, who said, “I ain’t afraid of no cops.”

None of the suspects could be reached for comment.

The crowd dispersed quickly after the arrests.




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