The Chiefs Kingdom Champions Parade is being held in Kansas City and the entire Kansas City metro area was invited to celebrate the Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs. The team won their third Super Bowl championship as a franchise and their second in the past four years.

In a video that is presently going viral on social media, one of the cops who were on the streets managing the crowd, showed off his football-catching skills when he caught a football that was flung from the 6th floor of a building. One of the fans flung the football which was seamlessly caught by the police officer.

The caption said: “Everyone having fun! This was try number 23… pass from the ground up the balconies to the 6th floor to the cop on the ground! #chiefsparade.” Here is the video:

Starting at noon on Wednesday, the parade will roll down Grand Boulevard in downtown Kansas City, starting at 6th Street and running the length of downtown and the Crossroads, before turning on Pershing Road and ending at Union Station. Massive crowds of people are expected to gather to hear from the team for a rally at 1:45 p.m. in front of Union Station. Fans are expected to cover the north lawn of the National WWI Museum and Memorial.

The 2020 parade, depending on estimates, had between 800,000 to 1 million in attendance. That came on a day when temperatures were cold. So a much larger crowd is expected this time. High temperatures will reach the mid-40s, but according to the forecast, there’s no snow or rain.