A Kingston police officer who appeared on Britain’s Got Talent at the weekend wowed judges with his dancing skills.  

PC Dan Graham, 33, who sailed through to the next round of the yearly talent show with four yesses, said: "I just wanted to let people know there’s a human behind the uniform."

Judge and creator of BGT, Simon Cowell, described the performance as “smart” while Alesha Dixon said the audience "loved" PC Graham.

Children’s author David Walliams joked: "Wonderful to see you dance in the uniform- don’t be afraid to take it off."

In a video from the UK Cop Humour Twitter account, PC Graham said: "Thank you very much for your kind words and support from last night's audition.

"My main aim is to represent the police and show there is a human behind the uniform."

A special message from @PCDanGraham aka The Dancing Policeman. We wish Dan the best of luck in #BGT #HumansBehindTheUniform #DancingDan pic.twitter.com/WI7d8NGZS6

— UK Cop Humour (@UKCopHumour) April 16, 2017