NYPD Officer Throws Man To the Ground for Doing 'Ellen' Dance Dare

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Alexander Bok was participating in Ellen Degeneres' "Dance Dare" audience challenge.

A Black man was thrown to the ground by New York police officers last week simply for dancing, and the entire ordeal was caught on camera, reports TMZ.

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Alexander Bok was participating in Ellen Degeneres' "Dance Dare," where the daytime star challenges her viewers to dance behind unsuspecting strangers. However, Bok's plan went awry after doing a Gangnam-style dance behind a group of NYPD officers.

After a couple seconds of harmless dancing, police officers noticed Bok behind them. They immediately stopped him, pushing him forcefully against a police car. They repeatedly asked him what he was dancing in the street for and what the f--k was wrong with him. They asked him if dancing behind them "was smart" and if "he was a f--king a--hole." He apologized profusely and tried to tell him that he was just dancing, but to no avail. 

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Eventually, the group of more than five officers, forcefully pushed a stunned Bok, causing him to fall to the ground as they said "f--king walk, walk, walk."

Watch the entire video above. 

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