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Minnesota cops threaten drunk drivers with Justin Bieber Minnesota cops threaten drunk drivers with Justin Bieber
  • Justin Bieber starred in a Super Bowl ad in which he does a 'shimmty sham sham shimmity shake'
  • The police department in Wyoming, Minnesota, poked fun at the commercial
  • Said anyone caught drunk driving Sunday night would be forced to watch it on their way to jail
  • Original tweet was retweeted more than 10,000 times and had 17,000 likes
  • Department said it made no drunk driving arrests in 7,900-person town Sunday night
 Oh dear: A Minnesota police department tweeted that anyone caught driving drunk Sunday night during the Super Bowl would be forced to watch T-Mobile's Justin Bieber ad

Oh dear: A Minnesota police department tweeted that anyone caught driving drunk Sunday night during the Super Bowl would be forced to watch T-Mobile's Justin Bieber ad

A Minnesota police department threatened to force drunken drivers to watch a Super Bowl ad featuring Justin Bieber.

The police department in the town of Wyoming, 30 miles north of Minneapolis, tweeted that anyone caught driving drunk Sunday night during the Super Bowl would be forced to watch the pop star the entire way to jail.

Bieber starred in a T-Mobile ad doing his version of a celebratory end zone dance. 

At one point in the ad, Bieber states that that guy (referring to himself) has the 'shimmity sham sham shimmity shake right there.' 

 The Wyoming, Minnesota police department said: 'If you drive drunk tonight we're going to subject you to that Justin Bieber TMobile Super Bowl Commercial the entire way to jail'

The Wyoming, Minnesota police department said: 'If you drive drunk tonight we're going to subject you to that Justin Bieber TMobile Super Bowl Commercial the entire way to jail'

 The department later tweeted thanks to everybody for spreading their message against drinking and driving. Police Chief Paul Hoppe said the cheeky ad had the objective of spreading awareness

The department later tweeted thanks to everybody for spreading their message against drinking and driving. Police Chief Paul Hoppe said the cheeky ad had the objective of spreading awareness

The original tweet was retweeted more than 10,000 times and had more than 17,000 likes.

The department later tweeted thanks to everybody for spreading their message against drinking and driving.

Wyoming Police Shief Paul Hoppe told the Twin Cities Pioneer Press that the cheeky announcement had an important objective.

 
 
 'When it's so savage you need a minute to appreciate it': Tweeters delighted in the cheeky tweet from Wyoming, Minnesota's police department. The dept said it made no drunk driving arrests the night of Super Bowl Sunday

'When it's so savage you need a minute to appreciate it': Tweeters delighted in the cheeky tweet from Wyoming, Minnesota's police department. The dept said it made no drunk driving arrests the night of Super Bowl Sunday

He said: 'It gets people to actually stop and read the message.'

The police department for the 7,900-person town said it made no drunk driving arrests the night of Super Bowl Sunday. 

In the ad released on Thursday, the 22-year-old singer sports a suit, bow tie and spectacles. 

Bieber narrates the tradition of celebrations post-touchdown.

To illustrate the 'high five,' the star turns back to a scene behind him - which is professional football player and New England Patriots tight end Rob 'Gronk' Gronkowski dressed as a caveman and giving a high five.

Justin shows off his athletic skills while throwing a football to Gronk - who then does his signature move of spiking the ball - after Justin says: 'And then there was this.' 

 In the ad released on Thursday, the 22-year-old singer sports a suit, bow tie and spectacles

In the ad released on Thursday, the 22-year-old singer sports a suit, bow tie and spectacles

 Justin, while munching on popcorn, points at the Pro Bowl legend and says: 'That guy's got unlimited moves'At one point in the ad, Bieber states that that guy (referring to himself) has the 'shimmity sham sham shimmity shake right there' 

Bieber narrates the tradition of celebrations post-touchdown and shows off some snazzy dance moves

 Justin Bieber starred in a Super Bowl ad for phone company T-Mobile

Justin Bieber starred in a Super Bowl ad for phone company T-Mobile

He mentions the 'shimmy, the shake, and the shimmy shimmy shake' before he said: 'then there was TO.'

TO refers to former NFL star Terrell Owens - who was known not only for his football skills, but for his animated touchdown celebrations.

Justin, while munching on popcorn, points at the Pro Bowl legend and says: 'That guy's got unlimited moves.' 

Toward the end of the ad, Justin tells a young girl dancing 'nice moves kid,' to which she says: 'I'm not done yet' - as she continues to perform. 

 To illustrate the 'high five,' the star turns back to a scene behind him - which is professional football player and New England Patriots tight end Rob 'Gronk' Gronkowski dressed as a caveman and giving a high five

To illustrate the 'high five,' the star turns back to a scene behind him - which is professional football player and New England Patriots tight end Rob 'Gronk' Gronkowski dressed as a caveman and giving a high five

 Everyone, having fun: Toward the end of the ad, Justin tells a young girl dancing 'nice moves kid,' to which she says: 'I'm not done yet' - as she continues to perform

Everyone, having fun: Toward the end of the ad, Justin tells a young girl dancing 'nice moves kid,' to which she says: 'I'm not done yet' - as she continues to perform


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