This is not the typical call that Kansas City, Kan., police respond to.
But after being called out by the Lenexa Police Department to do the mannequin challenge that has been sweeping the internet lately, the Kansas City, Kan., Police Department gladly accepted.
And the department enlisted the help of the students and staff from Turner Sixth Grade Academy in Kansas City, Kan., and Krispy Kreme Doughnuts.
The rules of the challenge are fairly basic: Get a group together, strike a pose and one person passes through the group of frozen people with a camera.
Lenexa police did their video in mid-November, which was made even more comical by K-9 Ram, which nailed the pose. They then challenged other Kansas City area departments.
Kansas City, Kan., police posted their comical response, which includes an appearance at the end by Police Chief Terry Zeigler, to the department’s Facebook page on Wednesday evening.
The department then issued its challenge to the Kansas City Police Department and Chief Darryl Forté.
For more Mannequin Challenges, see Sprint’s entry, which has a shocking number of people that participated.