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Grand marshals Gilbert Montano, the chief administrative officer for the city of New Orleans, left, and Anne Kirkpatrick, the New Orleans police superintendent, toss trinkets as Endymion rolls in New Orleans,?Saturday, Feb. 10, 2024. (Staff photo by Scott Threlkeld, The Times-Picayune)

While waiting for the Sunday Mardi Gras parades to arrive on Canal Street, members of the New Orleans Police Department could help but partake in the revelry.

With music blaring, a cop started to do the iconic "Cha Cha Slide" while trying to coax a coworker to join her. He joined as she guided him through the choreography.?

But she noticed someone else.?

Letting out an excited squeal and pointed, she saw NOPD Superintendent Anne Kirkpatrick in a sweat suit coming in join on the fun. Together, the two danced to kill time before the parade reached Canal.?

This is not the first time a member of law enforcement was caught enjoying the fun of Mardi Gras. On Friday, a group hit the 'Lean Wit it, Rock Wit It" waiting for a parade to arrive at Gallier Hall.?