Random Live Webcam in Wyoming Goes Viral Thanks to ‘Dabbing’ Sheriff

JACKSON HOLE, Wyoming -- There is a webcam in Jackson Hole, Wyoming that shows a random intersection in town.

What makes it special?

There have been tens of thousands of YouTube viewers that have watched the live stream. Recently, our friends at Dose.com shared with us that a sheriff in the town did the dab on camera.

Kurt Drumheller, AKA "Sheriff Dab," walked into his dispatcher's office one late night where he learned thousands of people were watching the live stream. Drumheller says, "There was almost 2,000 people watching it at that time. There was a steady stream of chat flowing at the same time [and] there was absolutely nothing happening."

Somebody in the chat commented and asked Deputy Drumheller to dab. After a quick Google search he decided he would take it on and dabbed for his fans.

The act has since caught on and people crossing the camera's path take it upon themselves to do something crazy. There was even a marriage proposal caught on camera.

Drumheller says the reception has been good and that most of the comments were positive. A fan even sent him a red shirt with white text that reads, "Make Sheriff Dab Again."

As to whether or not he will make another appearance Sheriff Dab says, "I tried to go out on a good note. I tried to use this opportunity to send a message. The police are people, too. We laugh, we cry, we have a sense of humor and we're just regular genuine people." Every time he drove off he would flash a peace sign out his window. "Peace to everybody, peace around the world, let's all get along and try to have a little fun when we can," he says.

If you want to check out some of the crazy stuff happening at the Jackson Hole intersection check out the links below.