C+C Music Factory's "Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now)" is a classic. The sort of classic the demands you don't just sing, but scream the words. View this video on YouTube youtube.com Which is exactly how Taoufik Moalla found himself in trouble with Montreal police. CTV / Via Twitter: @CTVNews According to CTV, Moalla was driving along singing the '90s chart-topper in September when he heard sirens behind him. When he pulled over, four (!) police officers came up and asked if he'd been screaming. No, he said, just singing along. They ended up issuing him a $149 ticket for causing a public disturbance via screaming. CTV / Via Twitter: @CTVNews Needless to say, he was pretty surprised by the ticket. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF tenor.com "I don't think it was too loud, I was happy, I was in a good mood and I was just repeating the refrain," Moalla told the Canadian Press. It's a crackdown 27 years in the making. Hayden Black @haydenblack It's finally happened. Canadian police are cracking down on C&C Music Factory & anyone who's found singing them. https://t.co/AyFnS99dtY Mon Oct 23 16:53:11 UTC+0000 2017 Reply Retweet Favorite @haydenblack / Via Twitter: @haydenblack Moalla said his wife joked he should've been fined $300. Sunil Sarwal @Sunilion @Steverukavina Just how bad a singer do you have to be to get a ticket from the police? Sun Oct 22 13:27:51 UTC+0000 2017 Reply Retweet Favorite @Sunilion / Via Twitter: @Sunilion Which, lol. And many people are saying the cops simply went too far. JDN @Justweeterin @CTVNews What the hell, singing is not a fine! Why FOUR police officers!?! Why $149? Why joke about a miscarriage o… https://t.co/E9FsEKPbQ7 Mon Oct 23 13:51:28 UTC+0000 2017 Reply Retweet Favorite @Justweeterin / Via Twitter: @Justweeterin CBC reports Moalla contested the ticket earlier this month and is now waiting on a court date.