With a lip sync that receives over 2 million views, the officer shows off his humorous side.

Following PIO John Lacy’s tour into the neighborhood from his office, a video featuring him yodeling on the importance of hard work and all that goes along with it went viral.

Everything begins at the desk of Officer Lacy.

To the amazement and confusion of his coworkers, he lip-syncs a long “day-oh!” They all turned to face the officer, who then put the challenge back out there.

 

Then he left his workstation and moved from bullpen to bullpen and office to office.

He observes other working males who are confined to the front of computer screens and behind piles of paperwork as he goes.

 

He also stopped by the local pool.

He even sang and danced with the construction workers for their public works department.

He also featured a local children’s attraction, the Deanna Rose Children’s Farmstead.

He also included the courageous and awesome folks from the city’s public safety unit, together with their vehicles and members of their emergency response teams.

 

People all over the world tremendously enjoyed the performance!

The song “Day-O” is also known as The Banana Boat Song. It is a traditional Jamaican folk song that portrays the hard day’s work of a port worker who loaded bananas on ships throughout the night.

The line “daylight come and we won’t go home” shows that daybreak signals the end of their shifts.

This song became famous as Jamaica started becoming one of the biggest exporters of bananas.

Several artists covered this song like The Fontane Sisters, Steve Laurence, Shirley Bassey, Sarah Vaughan, Harry Belafonte, and now, Overland Park’s very own Officer Lacy.

 

People praised Overland Park’s participation and their service to the community.

A loud long holler of “day-oh!” doesn’t always mean Queen’s Hammer to Fall.

Sometimes, it’s a lip sync challenge to brighten everyone’s day.

A video went viral after PIO John Lacy strolled from his office and through the neighborhood, yodeling the value of hard work and the rest that comes along with it.

It all starts at Officer Lacy’s desk.

He lip-syncs a long “day-oh!” much to his officemates’ confusion and surprise. They all turned to the officer who, in turn, continued the challenge.

 

Then, from his desk, he walked from office to office, bullpen to bullpen.

Along the way, he takes in other working men stuck behind stacks of papers and in front of the computer screen.

As Officer Lacy continued his conga line, he took in more and more people – from fellow officers, administrative staff, and other city officials.

But he didn’t stop there!

He drove down to town as he continued to sing Harry Belafonte’s rendition of The Banana Boat Song. He stopped to convince a highway patrol to come with him.

 

He also stopped by the local pool.

He even sang and danced with the construction workers for their public works department.

He also featured a local children’s attraction, the Deanna Rose Children’s Farmstead.

He also included the courageous and awesome folks from the city’s public safety unit, together with their vehicles and members of their emergency response teams.

People all over the world tremendously enjoyed the performance!

The song “Day-O” is also known as The Banana Boat Song. It is a traditional Jamaican folk song that portrays the hard day’s work of a port worker who loaded bananas on ships throughout the night.

The line “daylight come and we won’t go home” shows that daybreak signals the end of their shifts.

This song became famous as Jamaica started becoming one of the biggest exporters of bananas.

Several artists covered this song like The Fontane Sisters, Steve Laurence, Shirley Bassey, Sarah Vaughan, Harry Belafonte, and now, Overland Park’s very own Officer Lacy.

People praised Overland Park’s participation and their service to the community.“Police officers all over the world do an excellent job.” Said one commenter, “I have to commend Officer Lacy for his brilliant execution of the lip sync challenge. I have watched it every day since I have discovered it.”

 

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