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NT Police Have Made A Music Festival Safety Video, And It's 'Fully Lit'

NSW Police have memes, but these guys have killer 80s style safety videos.

If you thought that the NSW Police Force were the kings of emergency services social media, think again.

Ahead of Darwin's biggest music festival, Bass In The Grass, the Northern Territory Police have put together a handy instructional video on how revellers can stay safe and have a 'fully lit' time.

The video has it all -- a cringe-worthy 80s vibe, a giant rooster named Richard and a sassy police officer, Señor Constable Dean Elliot (who you may remember from police instructional videos 3.1864 or policing 12586 - How To Run An RBT Station).

There's even a scene in which Richard gets his groove on to Ginuwine's 'Pony' in an intimate on-stage performance just for Elliot.

Yep, it really does have it ALL.

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