CBS Philly

By Natasha Brown

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — SEPTA Police are cracking down on a new problem that’s been at the center of a number of recent complaints.

This Philly group says that they’re actually using their hip hop dance moves to just inspire others but they’re finding themselves on the wrong side of the law.

There’s little space to move in a two and a half foot aisle of a crowded SEPTA train during rush hour, but one group is carving out room to bust a move for money. This video shows one of their spontaneous performances. They call themselves Project Positive, young men dancing on SEPTA trains while passengers either sit by entertained or annoyed. One group not entertained, SEPTA Police.

“At least you can walk away from somebody on a platform or on a street corner. You can can’t walk away when you’re sitting in a train car and…

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