Police Scotland officers sing at the Commonwealth Games Open Ceremony

Officers from Perthshire kept their secret for weeks as viewers across the world watched two officers sing and dance.

Officers from Perthshire kept their secret for weeks as viewers across the world watched two officers sing and dance.

PC Fiona Wilson and PC Alan Musgrave raised spirits at the Commonwealth Games  as they took part at the Commonwealth Games open ceremony.

SPCC said: “Our very own Fiona Wilson, Nuala Webb and Alan Musgrave were representing the Scottish Police and Community Choir as well as Police Scotland at the opening ceremony of the commonwealth games! So proud of you all! You absolutely rock! Take a bow!”

Hundreds of users posted their excitement on Twitter.

William Brown said: “mon the polis. Best bit”  ex-DCC Gordon Scobbie said: “Was good to see@BridgendPC on the telly singing in uniform #Glasgow2014 #openingceremony Well done Fiona!”

You can join these two proactive cops along with non-police members at Scottish Police & Community Choir during weekdays. If you are interested to join you can contact them via Facebook or Twitter.10553361_10152147106285146_7277624378543257675_n

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