Australian Federal Police Recreate 'Love Actually' Scene
"We feel it in our fingers, We feel it in our toes, Christmas is all around us, Here's some love from the Po-Po."
The Australian Federal Police has got into the Christmas spirit with a hilarious recreation of an iconic Love Actually scene, but with an Aussie twist.
Titled "Australia we love you... actually", the video sees a woman answer the door to a police officer with some adorable posters. Much like the scene from the film, the AFP officer uses the cards to profess his love this Christmas... for Australia.
Instead of "Say it's carol singers", the officer's first card reads: "Relax, I'm not a stripper". This is closely followed by the AFP looking back on all the reasons they love this Great Southern Land.
From Daryl Braithwaite's unofficial anthem The Horses to Bunnings snags with the onion sitting safely under the sausage, these officers cover it all in the most iconic way.
It isn't all positives. There are also mentions of more serious police concerns that make up their 'naughty list'. These include child exploitation, drug trafficking, organised crime, cybercrime and terrorism.
"We are committed to keeping you safe from all these things," the final card states, "Because for you Australia, it’s worth it."
The heartwarming video has already amassed over 900,000 views, and an onslaught of comments praising the Australian Federal Police for their work over the past year.
"Wishing all the afp members and their loved ones a verry [sic] merry christmas and a safe and happy 2019 and the afp members who are working and cant [sic] be with their loved ones," one commented.
"From the bottom of my heart, thank you for protecting Australia," another wrote.
However, many expressed their concern about the paper posters being dropped on the ground, and whether it was breaking littering laws.
"Did anyone else just keep thinking about how he left all them cards for her to pick up and if she doesn’t she will get a littering fine," one commented with laughing emojis.
"Hope he picked up the paper," added another.
The AFP were well and truly prepared and offered a cheeky comeback - a video of another police officer putting the posters in the recycling bin.
Touché, AFP. Touché!