Before he burglarized an office building, he did a nine-second dance

Ceria Alfonso
May 17, 2018

A man was recently caught breakdancing while breaking the law in California.

Just a short distance away from the building, officers contacted a "suspicious" subject, David Seale, who had a laptop that was reported stolen and several keys that unlocked the building and the office that was reportedly burglarized, according to the Fresno Police Department.

In a freakish but hysterical video, a Fresno California burglary suspect can be seen "popping and locking" it in a series of dance moves while robbing a business.

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Officers are still unsure how Seale managed to get the set of keys that allowed him to go in and out of the building some 15 times between midnight and 10 a.m. local time that day.

"One video clip shows the suspect doing a celebration dance after he had entered the locked business for the first time", police said.

But seale has since been arrested.

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