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Prince George's County Police Officer Dazzles With Double-Dutch Jumping Jacks

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    For the second time this summer, double dutch united citizens and police officers -- this time, in Prince George’s County.

    During Community Day last Saturday at the Victorious Life of Faith Church in District Heights, Maryland, the D.C. Retro Jumpers were performing their show under an outdoor tent. Corporal Alan Jones of the Prince George's County Police Department was captured on video with an impressive performance that got off to a tough start.

    The video opens with Jones failing to make the jump twice. But on that third-time's-the-charm luck, Jones sustains the jump. More than that, he criss crosses his legs, performs jumping jacks and turns 360 degrees twice -- all while weighed down by his utility belt.

    "Shout out to Victorious Life of Faith church in District Height MD for hosting the event and the DC Retro Jumpers for making me look good on the ropes," Jones posted on Facebook.

    His video already has 275,000 views.

    In late July, Metropolitan Police Department Officer Kandice Young flung herself into action by showing off her double dutch skills while visiting residents on Congress Street SE in D.C.