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Saturday, December 17, 2011

Santa-clad cop plays in traffic-Santa cảnh sát trên đường phố



Looking like a cross between Santa Claus and Michael Jackson, traffic officer, Ramiro Hinojas takes to his stage - a busy intersection in Manila. SOUNDBITE: Dancing Santa cop, Ramiro Hinojas, saying (Filipino): "I'm doing this to give joy to the people, so they won't get tired while waiting for the stop light." The diminutive enforcer came up with the boogying Santa idea when he noticed that many motorists ignore his directions, even challenge his authority. But his eccentric routine brought motorists into line - and they're entertained. SOUNDBITE: Jeepney driver, Abel Cabarag, saying (Filipino): "He's good with traffic. He manages to lighten the congestion." SOUNDBITE: Shuttle service driver Richard Sehat, saying (Filipino): "That is the kind of traffic enforcer who is patient, diligent and industrious." But Hinojas's jolly demeanor doesn't mean drivers can break the law. SOUNDBITE: Dancing Santa cop, Ramiro Hinojas, saying (Filipino): "We have our rules. If someone violates traffic laws, I have to give them a ticket even if I'm Santa Claus." Hinojas perfects his moves in front of his kids every night - and after two years of performing, Manila's dancing cop may soon also become an Internet sensation. Tara Cleary, Reuters.

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