Romanian policeman have started taking ballet lessons to become more graceful

thecheers.org    2008-03-09 05:33:02    

20 officers in Timisoara have put their name down for lessons with two professional dancers and are looking forward to seeing the results.
20 officers in Timisoara have put their name down for lessons with two professional dancers and are looking forward to seeing the results.

Dorel Cojan, head of community police in Timisoara, said: "We see this new concept as a way to make our agents look better on the streets.

"They can learn how to be agreeable and make the traffic more fluent at the same time. After all, it's all about grace."

One of the police students, Ciprian Lascu, said: "I never imagined I would take ballet lessons but here I am. I think we need these lessons and hope we can learn very quickly how to move with elegance on the streets."


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