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SFPD chief to honor bet by doing "squirrel dance"
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- When the Niners lost the Super Bowl, San Francisco Police Chief Greg Suhr lost a bet to an old friend.
That means he has to do this dance -- Ray Lewis' "squirrel dance". It's what Lewis did before every Ravens home game.
Chief Suhr made the deal with former Oakland Police Chief and current Baltimore Chief of Police Anthony Batts.
"We made a friendly bet that he had to Kaepernick or I had to Ray Lewis. I'll do the little pose that I did the Ray Lewis dance. I'll send it back to Tony and we'll close the books on last season," said Suhr.
Suhr says he'll have to find a Ravens hat to put on for the dance, since he refuses to buy one.
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