As fans of ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show’ will probably know, the comedian encourages viewers of her uber-popular daytime talk show to submit their very own ‘Dance Dares,’ which are hilarious videos of themselves dancing behind strangers.
Usually, these videos are pretty harmless and just plain funny, but unfortunately for fan of the show Alexander Bok, things went terribly wrong when he tried to do his dare behind a couple of New York City police officers.
As you can see in the full video below, Bok spent Christmas Eve 2014 dancing behind unwitting New Yorkers, but as it turns out, the NYPD clearly aren’t big fans of ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show’ or her love of dancing.
After showing off a couple of his more eccentric moves to Psy’s now infamous track ‘Gangnam Style,’ one police officer aggressively asked Bok “what’s wrong with you?” After he admitted that he was “just dancing,” the officers appeared to swear at him whilst pushing him up against a police van.
Eventually, the officers decided to let him go without charge, but not before appearing to push him to the wet ground just off camera.
The video, which has already received close to 250,000 views, was posted to YouTube over the weekend. Clearly still a fan of the comedian despite his less unfortunate ‘Dance Dare’ experience, Bok wrote “Hey Ellen, here we go! On Christmas Eve I decided to bring joy to New York by doing your challenge!!!! But thing didn’t go quite well, here is the video!!! DREAM BIG LIVE BIG BECOME LEGEND [sic]”
DeGeneres has not yet commented on the video, but according to TMZ, the NYPD are currently investigating the incident.
Watch the full video below (things start to go wrong around 2:30), then tell us what you think about the Dance Dare in the comments section below.