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A Derbyshire policeman has been the talk of the internet after he was filmed singing a rendition of Meatloaf.
PC Collins blasted out his own version of the song "I'd Do Anything For Love" after he and his colleague broke down while on duty.
The hilarious video was filmed and uploaded to Alfreton Town SNT's Twitter account and has attracted lots of attention.
It shows the officer getting into full flow before he finally realises he has been filmed by his colleague - who doesn't appear to be impressed with his mate's singing voice.
Alfreton SNT then later tweeted The X Factor judge and producer Simon Cowell asking him for his opinion but it looks like he hasn't replied yet.
Maybe PC Collins should watch this space.....
Here's some more Meatloaf/police jokes that, hopefully, you will enjoy. Apologies in advance if not.
After presenting the suspect with a list of charges, the policeman said: “Read ‘em and weep’.
Police are hunting three men and have made two arrests so far. A force spokesman said: “Well, two out of three ain’t bad”.
In covert recordings, the friend was heard promising to provide a false alibi. He told the suspect: “I’d Lie For You.”
Having initially denied any knowledge of the crime, the witness told police: “It’s all coming back to me now.”