A woman who seems “homeless” surprised Metro users in The Angels, California, with its majestic voice when interpreting an aria.

It was an element of the Los Angeles Police (LAPD) who recorded the woman whose video went viral on Twitter, where the authorities highlighted the voice of the lady.

"4 million people call Los Angeles their home," the LAPD wrote on Twitter. “4 million stories. 4 million voices… sometimes you just have to stop and listen to one, to hear something beautiful. ”

In the video, the woman stands on a train platform, her voice, as she slowly walks towards the officer who takes the video, looks directly at the camera and sings passionately.

The woman interprets O mine expensive babbino from Puccini. The video adds more than 220,000 views.

Sargeant Hector Guzman, a LAPD spokesman, said the video was recorded by an officer working at the Wilshire and Normandie line station, reported THE. Times.

Authorities said it is the first time that the Los Angeles Police Department meets the woman singer.

"It was powerful the first time we saw it, and every time we see it again, it's still powerful," Guzman said, noting that he has seen the video 50 times.


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