A teenage band was rocking a backyard party near Toronto when police showed up to shut them down. Or at least that's what they thought.
The kids knew they were way too loud and thought the party was over once the officers arrived, but all the cops did was ask them to turn their amps down. But their surprise didn't end there.
The officers hung around for a little while and listened to the band play two of their songs. They eventually left and reminded them to keep the volume down a bit.
Then about 30 minutes later, the officers returned and this time, the kids thought for sure they'd have to unplug. But again they were wrong. One of the officers asked if he could sit in with the band. He sat down behind the drum kit and played along to one of the band's original songs as everyone watched in disbelief.
When he was done, he handed the sticks back to the regular drummer and talked to the kids about how he himself had played in bands when he was younger and advised them to keep their dream alive no matter how many times people encourage them to give up. (CBC)
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