Police Officer Greets Cleveland Clinic Staff and Visitors With Dance Moves and High Fives

A Cleveland Clinic police officer greeted caregivers and visitors with dance moves and high fives as they crossed a street near the clinic in Cleveland, Ohio, as seen in footage posted online.

“We gotta care about each other… I’m gonna give you that energy … we gotta start out energetic, not pathetic,” the officer, identified as Eric Hudson, says in the video as he continues to dance.

According to the Cleveland Clinic, Hudson delivers “pure happiness to our caregivers and visitors while he’s working.”

In the footage, Hudson can also be seen hugging people and escorting them across the road. Credit: Cleveland Clinic via Storyful

Video transcript

ERIC HUDSON: Good morning. Welcome to the Cleveland Clinic. We gone get it here. When you step into the clinic, you better eat that spinach. Come on now. Oh, oh. Oh, oh. Come on now. Oh. [INAUDIBLE].

Oh, hey. [INAUDIBLE]. We got to care about each other. So I come out here. I want [INAUDIBLE] before where they go deal with the patient. So this is what we do. From me to you, it's all love. I'm going to give you that energy, that synergy. We can start off energetic, empathetic. Let's go pediatrics, I love you. Oh, oh, oh.

Good morning. Welcome to the Cleveland Clinic. We gone get it here. Before you step into the clinic, you better eat that spinach. Come on now. Oh, oh. Come on now. [INAUDIBLE].

Hey. [INAUDIBLE]. We got to care about each other. So I come out here. I want to [INAUDIBLE] an experience before they go deal with the patients. So this is what we do. From me to you, it's all love. I'm going to give you that energy, that synergy. We can start off energetic, empathetic. Let's go. Pediatrics, I love you.