Six police community support officers who posted a video of themselves doing the Harlem Shake have been disciplined by their Met Police bosses.
The six received written warnings, and one resigned.
Transport PCSOs from the Metropolitan Police are the latest to get in hot water for creating a Harlem Shake video.
It comes after Surrey Police released a version for Comic Relief, and follows several others by fire services and the armed forces. In a statement, the Met said:
"The MPS does not condone unprofessionalism in the workplace. We expect high standards from all our staff. Appropriate misconduct procedures have been taken regarding those involved and the matter is now closed."