Police Department Posts Pic Of Gorgeous Cop To Boost Recruitment - Gets Horny Young Men Instead

Surrey, England – A police department posted a photo of one of their attractive female police officers in an effort to recruit new employees, but instead of recruits, they were flooded with horny men.

Surrey, England – A police department posted a photo of one of their attractive female police officers in an effort to recruit new employees, but instead of recruits, they were flooded with horny internet trolls.

The Surrey Police Department posted a photo July 18 of police officer Claire Binksy standing in front of her car on its Facebook page.

The post read: “It's 10pm and our night turn are starting their shift keeping Surrey safe through until morning. If the 9-5 is not for you, and you're energised and focussed whatever the time of day or night, could you join our police family as a trainee officer?

We can offer a job that mixes the ordinary with the highly extraordinary and definitely isn't your average desk job, and a starting salary of £25k.”

The starting salary is equivalent to $32,395 in U.S. dollars.

People on Facebook made several sexual innuendos in the comments section and some posted offensive comments that the police said they deleted.

One commenter posted: “She can take down my particulars any time.”

Others found police officer Claire Binksy's personal Facebook page and posted sexy photos of the officer taken from her page.

Surrey Police defended posting the picture of officer Binksy to help recruitment efforts in a follow up post:

"Can we remind you to remember that every police officer you see on our social media is an individual, and a real person. Featuring on our social media doesn’t mean they are opening themselves up to being objectified, nor should they ever have to be subjected to comments based on their appearance."

Please be respectful of our officers and staff and be aware of the effect an inappropriate comment can have. We have and will delete any offensive comments from this post.”

One commenter responded to that with: “or stop posting”.

Surrey Police responded: “The image was sent to us after we asked recent recruits whether they would help us show you a little of what their job entails, to encourage others to consider a career in policing.

We love it when older, more experienced people join us as career changers, but in reality we also know that we're predominantly appealing to younger people at the outset of their careers, so we used a younger person to encourage potential recruits to think 'hey, I could do that'.

Thank you to all the people giving lovely feedback; we won't stop posting images like this as we know you love to see our officers working to keep you safe.”

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runnergirl12
runnergirl12

I feel bad that the officer was objectified so much.

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