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Two Massachusetts Men Arrested For Bad Dancing

Sometimes, I really wish they had a police force to enforce dancing rules..but I guess you really can get arrested for bad moves. Here’s one you hear of too often, people being arrested for bad dancing.

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According to the Eagle Tribune and the police report, the officers could not distinguish whether they were doing the “Harlem Shake” or dancing the “Dougie.” Police responded to the neighborhood near the Stadium public housing project on North Parish Road in Lawrence for a report a disturbance involving a large crowd of teens preparing to fight. Officers then arrested the dancing duo, charging both with disorderly conduct.

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