Mandiver Toor was tying the knot to his fiance Raman in a few days, hence, the pre-wedding celebrations were on in full swing. At the time of the Jaggo ceremony, friends and relatives had arrived at Toor’s aunt’s home at Tracy and they were celebrating it with great joy.
However, as the guests partied with loud music, San Joaquin County Sheriff's Office was alerted about it and they arrived at the venue. Of course, the family members were a little nervous after seeing the cops, but what they did next took everyone by surprise. The two cops who had arrived at the pre-wedding ceremony after noise complaints joined the dance floor and grooved to some Punjabi music.
"We just sang, we danced, we just partied because we were super excited. The music was really loud because it was an outdoor event," Mandiver's family member told ABC10.
"We just turned around and everyone's like, 'the cops are here,'. We were kind of nervous because we thought they were going to shut the whole party down and it was pretty early."
However, instead of shutting the party down, the cops joined the dance floor with the other family members. "We spoke to them, they were super cool, super chill," Manpreet said. "We asked them to dance and then I taught him two moves, 'turn the doorknob', 'turn the lightbulb', 'crush the cigarette' and he got up there and he just did his own thing. He was awesome,” Manpreet added.
"As soon as they started dancing, everyone went crazy," Manpreet said. "Everyone had their phone out, the camera guy was on stage recording him, we were super excited."
A video from the ceremony has been extensive shared on social media. It was uploaded on Instagram by wedding photographer Kanda Productions.
Watch the video here:
Later, in a tweet shared on 15th April, San Joaquin County Sheriff's Office expressed gratitude to the attendees for their kindness and hospitality. “Our Deputies were thrilled with the kindness and hospitality of the guests! It should be noted that the homeowners did agree to turn the music down,” the tweet read.