In honor of their professional holiday police officers sang a song about themselves in Moscow subway
The soloists of the chorus of the song and dance company of the Interior Ministry troops of Russia conducted flash-mob in Moscow subway. On the eve of The Day of the Law Enforcement Officials they sang a cappella the song Nasha Slujba i Opasna i Trudna (Our Service Is both Dangerous and Hard).
Not only were the members of the chorus singing in the hall of one of the stations of the metropolitan subway but also the officers of the subway police. A patrol dog was also noticed among the participants of the flash-mob.
The flash-mob surprised the passengers and made them smile. The Day of the Law Enforcement Officials is celebrated annually on November 10 since 1962, when it was established by the decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Council of the USSR About Establishing the Day of Soviet Militia. After the break-up of the Soviet Union the name of the holiday was changed for the first time, and then on March 1, 2011, when the law About Police inured – for the second time.
Previously flash-mobs in subway were organized by the workers of airlines, tour agencies and soloists of choirs. These events always feature positive charge and cause mass discussions not only among the witnesses but also among those who can see flash-mobs on videos in the internet.