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A Christmas carol for cops?

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The Christmas spirit seems to be in full swing at a police department in Wisconsin.

Kenosha police officers have made a Christmas video that features their version of “The Twelve Days of Christmas.”

The cops sing about gifts from their chief that include bullets, guns, jelly doughnuts, night shifts and coffee breaks.

One officer is shown with his feet up on a desk sipping coffee. Another is sitting in front of a box of doughnuts, his nose and cheek smeared with jelly.

A blurb on the department’s Web site invites people who need a laugh “during this hectic time of year” to click on the video.

After “The Twelve Days of Christmas,” traditional versions of two more carols play as pictures, which include some officers, float across the screen.


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