Deputy Celebrates His Retirement With Elevator Dance
Holly Reyes 2/9/2016
It was the ending of his 29-year career as Deputy Scherb at the Sheriff’s Office, but there was one last thing he needed to do. He had a wonderful career at the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office for many years, and even acquired the respect of others because of his high-professional work ethic. But in a moment, he let his guard down for a moment that was caught on camera and is quickly going viral.
Deputy Tony Scherb heard a sound coming from the elevator radio, and when he recognized Silento’s “Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)" he figured it was the perfect time to celebrate the last day of his career. He let loose, and burst into an incredible dance, only to be slightly interrupted by Deputy Reed. Though surprised to see her co-worker dance about the elevator like never before, she went with it, and even joined in.
As chief deputy entered the elevator, the two of them realized that their dance celebration may not be quite as appropriate anymore, so Deputy Scherb gives a respectful salute, and they wait quietly until he leaves the elevator. Their fun continued to grow as another good-hearted deputy came their way.