WATCH: ‘Tsip Bato’ Dances PPAP for Anti-Drugs Campaign

We’re sure most of you have seen different versions of the “Pen Pineapple Apple Pen” done by people of different nationalities, celebrities and even pets.

But have you seen PNP’s Police Community Relations Group’s spin on this viral song?

Last October 10, 2016, PNP PCRG uploaded a video of Tsip Bato, PNP Director General Ronald ‘Bato’ Dela Rosa’s mascot, dancing their version of PPAP for the government’s Anti-Drugs campaign on their official Facebook page.

(Related: PNP Reveals New Mascot: “PO1 Bato, Ang Bumangga, Giba!”)

By latching on the current trend, the video aims to reach the public and remind everyone of the three illegal drugs that must be avoided and abstained from.

Less than a week later, the video has over 620,000 views, 14,000 shares, and 9,000 reactions online.

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