It's Lip Sync Battle meets Carpool Karaoke meets Cops.

Three officers from the Port Huron Police Department in Michigan filmed a dash cam video of themselves lip syncing the Backstreet Boys' 1999 hit ballad "I Want It That Way" while on a night shift. The clip was recently posted on the department's Facebook page.

"I'm trying to think of a song that would get me in the mood to being back to work," Officer Brian Daly says. "What do you think?"

"Oh, I got a song," replies Officer Sam Baker.

"No," Daly says. "No, don't even try it."

"Don't act like you don't know," Baker says.

Officer Derek Paret later popped in to join the fun.

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Backstreet Boys, I Want It That Way

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Backstreet Boys, I Want It That Way

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The video, posted in response to a viral challenge started by paramedics at Tri-Hospital EMS, caught the attention of the Backstreet Boys themselves.

"Port Huron Police going above and beyond the call of duty!" the group said on their Instagram page on Saturday.

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This is not the first time cops and emergency service workers have filmed themselves lip-syncing on a dash cam. In 2015, a video of a police officer in Delaware lip-syncing to Taylor Swift's song "Shake It Off" while driving a squad car went viral.

Check out more fun dash cam lip syncing videos above.

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