Members of New Zealand's police force have charmed the nation again, this time with a heartwarming barbershop performance of Pōkarekare Ana. This week is Maōri language week and in recognition, Auckland City District Police's "Barbershop in Blue" group posted on their Facebook page a video of themselves singing a beautiful rendition of the much-loved Maōri waita, Pōkarekare Ana.
They wrote in their Facebook post, "Barbershop in Blue are BACK - and this time to celebrate Māori language week! Sing along with our boys to this classic kiwi waitata we all know and love :)"
The barbershop group is made up of police officers Lafoia Afoa, Matini Tamamasui, Wepiha Te Kanawa and John Afoa - who formed their group after Te Kanawa heard Tamamasui and Afoa singing.
They made their debut in April singing My Girl by The Temptations - watch the video below.
The NZ Police has proven itself to be quite the talented bunch in recent months. There was the hilarious recruitment video they released in November 2017 and the Thriller dance video they put out just in time for Halloween last year. Watch that video below.
And they gave us all a good giggle with their Facebook post in April last year showing a screenshot of the accidental message they received from someone keen to get "blazed" on weed.
The message, sent to the police via a private message, asked "Oi bro when are we gonna get blazed with all your weed".
After receiving an automated reply from the messaging service, the sender sent back a response that read "whoops wrong person".
The police were quick to see the funny side of the situation and posted a screenshot of the messages to their Facebook page. They also used the message mishap to get out some safety-themed hashtags ahead of the Easter break.