Should dancing be allowed at memorials in Washington D.C.?  Sounds like a silly question, but it's become an issue since five members of a small flash mob were arrested Memorial Day Weekend while dancing at the Thomas Jefferson Memorial in our nation's capitol.

Officials with the National Park Service say they do NOT want dancing in the chamber of the Thomas Jefferson Memorial.  A flash mob of about 200 people busted some freestyle moves in the chamber Saturday.  The mob followed a smaller dance party the weekend before in which five people were arrested.  The National Park Service says it would prefer the chamber of the memorial to be a place of peace and inspiration.  It would like the dancing to remain outside.  No arrests were made this weekend.

So, what do you think?  Should dancing be allowed in the chamber of the Thomas Jefferson Memorial?

Metro Source contributed to this story.