Britain's Got Talent dancing Pc Daniel Graham filmed throwing some serious shapes at Notting Hill Carnival

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A dancing police officer famed for his show-stopping performances on Britain’s Got Talent has been filmed delighting crowds at Notting Hill Carnival with his incredible moves.

Pc Daniel Graham was told “you must be an undercover raver” as he threw shapes while manning the barriers at the famous west London street festival on Sunday.

Crowds cheered as revellers filmed the amazing moment on their phones while an MC on a nearby stage hyped up the performance chanting: “Go 5-0, go 5-0”.

In a clip, the MC can be heard saying: “He’s not feds, he ain’t police, you must be an undercover raver.”

[Warning: this video contains adult language]

Pc Graham then taps his ID patch on his shoulder to prove who he is before gesturing for the music to be turned up.

Carnival-goer Phemmy Nice was among those to see the incongruous sight and posted a clip on Twitter with the caption: “When being a policeman is your 2nd job…”

He later told the Standard he was “not at all” surprised, adding: “He really light the ground up … he turned it up big time.”

He estimated more than 80 people were transfixed by the display and said he respected the police officer showing his human-side.

“I believe police are human so the joy of free mind and socialising should be expressed whenever,” he said.

Pc Graham, 34, found fame earlier this year after reaching the semi-finals of Britain’s Got Talent.

After the audition, the Kingston police officer told the Standard he did it “in the hope that I can show a human side to the police and try to break down some barriers”.

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