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There’s no need for this Mountie to quit her day job, but if she ever did, she might have a second calling as an on-stage performer.
Over the past weekend, the 20th Anniversary of the Surrey Pride Festival took place at Central City’s Outdoor Plaza.
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The free, inclusive celebration featured LGBTQ+ and community activities, a kids and family zone, and naturally, live entertainment.
Amongst the festivities, one Mountie decided to go the extra mile and put on their dancing shoes.
A video captured and uploaded to Facebook shows the officer — Surrey RCMP media relations officer Cpl. Eleanor Sturko, jamming out to Bohemian Rhapsody with a Freddie Mercury impersonator.
Since being shared, the video has received nearly 14,000 views.
We think she put on a stellar performance — but you can decide that for yourself.