Dancing Policeman directing traffic

Sergeant Richard Daniells,  better known as Dancing Dickie Daniells, was a Brisbane traffic policeman whose whistling, pointing and pirouetting at major city intersections, including the Fiveways at Woolloongabba,  entertained motorists and pedestrians in the 1960s.

The art of directing traffic has been an integral part of police training since the 1920s. A number of officers took to the task with great flair. Dancing Dickie Daniells was well known for his flamboyant style. Many people remember seeing him on Brisbane Streets, dancing his way around the traffic points. https://mypolice.qld.gov.au/museum/2013/03/26/from-the-vault-the-art-of-directing-traffic/