Three officers dressed in high-visibility jackets put on an impromptu yet co-ordinated dance show at the west London carnival, much to the delight of onlookers.
Surrounded by a circle of cheering late night revellers, the officers performed a variety of dance moves finishing up with them “rowing the boat” as they sat on the floor in a line.
The Nigerian corner of the carnival came alive with dance and funfare.More than 13,000 officers was on patrol at the carnival over the course of the two-day event, conducting stop and searches at entry points.The total number of visitors to the festival, a Caribbean party of dance, music, floats and food, reached an estimate of one milliion at the end of the day with temperatures of up to 26C (78.8F).
Thousands attended the second day of the world-famous Notting Hill carnival on Monday, with revellers enjoying seasonal weather for the 49th annual celebration of Caribbean culture.
Monday is traditionally the day of the carnival attended only by adults, with many attending a party hosted by Red Bull Music, with acts including Disclosure and David Rodigan.