Romanian Police Officers to Take Ballet Classes
Regulating traffic can be difficult but police officers in western Romania have found a solution to their pains and are taking ballet classes to help them do their work more gracefully.
"The aim is to develop an ability to regulate traffic and achieve elegance in their movements, which will not only be agreeable to the eyes but could also help drivers waiting at a red light get rid of their stress or sadness," the head of the community police in the town of Timisoara, Dorel Cojan, said.
About 20 members of the local community police are already attending classes under two former dancers of the Timisoara Opera Ballet.
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