This Cop really know how to use his uniform

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    Sep 14, 2011 4:07 AM GMT
    all of the sudden I wanna be handcuffed and interrogated for hours and hours.

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    Sep 14, 2011 4:10 AM GMT
    ......EW....
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    Sep 14, 2011 4:14 AM GMT
    He was really getting into it! Some nice moves there...Where was this?
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    Sep 14, 2011 7:08 AM GMT
    sadly, if a guy tried it, he'd probably get arrested.
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    Sep 14, 2011 10:44 AM GMT
    NYC's West Indian Day Parade on Labor Day. The NYPD is supposedly investigating these guys. Dunno if it merits more than a dressing down, so to speak.
  • Lincsbear

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    Sep 14, 2011 1:18 PM GMT
    Speaking as an ex-,I`ve had one or two 'friendly' encounters myself,though always with women icon_sad.gif But some of those guys looked really fit and could move!
    Did you notice the first officer?He knew how to handle it,on camera as it were! They were going too far,in my opinion,but it needs no more than a sharp word from their sergeant to sort this out.
    But it looks like a great patrol! icon_biggrin.gif
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    Sep 14, 2011 1:26 PM GMT
    he is in troubleicon_lol.gif
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    Sep 14, 2011 2:07 PM GMT
    Isn't this a violation being an on duty officer??

    Well still kinda hot.
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    Sep 14, 2011 2:20 PM GMT
    WoW .... always think that men in uniforms r hot !
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    Sep 14, 2011 4:06 PM GMT
    Fivealive saidIsn't this a violation being an on duty officer??

    Probably. Presumably their job was to monitor the crowd, not make-out with it. And police normally don't allow the public to touch them, especially in a crowd situation, where their equipment can be stolen, the thief disappearing in a flash.

    And so many of these guys are together doing this. I wondered if it could have been in front of a precinct station, these guys just coming out to watch the parade, none of them on parade duty themselves. But in any case, that humping action didn't seem very professional (nor professionally done).
  • CuriousJockAZ

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    Sep 14, 2011 4:11 PM GMT
    Hot as the cops were, it's actions like those that can get an officer suspended, or even fired. The problem isn't so much the action itself, since it was all in good fun, but rather the fact that it was video-taped and goes viral on sites like this and others. Just looks unprofessional, and definitely not the sort of "images" the police department would want projected to the public -- harmless as it may seem.


    http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/nypd_investigating_dirty_dancing_qBnFIwWxvUuIeV33dYsKrJ


    The unfortunate thing is that two NYPD cops were shot during the same parade. These officers seemingly needed to have their attention on their jobs, not gyrating and dancing along the parade route...

    http://www.policemag.com/Channel/Patrol/News/2011/09/06/2-NYPD-Cops-Shot-Affter-Gunman-Opens-Fire-During-Parade.aspx
  • mmmship

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    Sep 14, 2011 4:33 PM GMT
    If anyone of u ever attended this West Indies parade, the first and only thing u would do is to duck for flying bullets. There are so many shootings and right in the crowds too. So many ppl doing drugs. This parade will make u deaf with extremely loud "music" playing on the parade route and on every block. It also turns people blind with all those obese women in skanky thongs showing off cellulite.

    These cops are way too dumb to be doing that knowing people are recording it. Stupid straight men are not worthy for any of us. Those guys are not that hot. Nothing special. Just dumb jackass heteros now the NYPD has to answer up for.
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    Sep 14, 2011 4:35 PM GMT
    wow is this carnival or something? sooo ghetto bwahaha
  • Lincsbear

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    Sep 14, 2011 7:23 PM GMT
    Yes,a police officer has to be alert all the time they`re on duty,even in seemingly innocent or good natured situations.Things can change/happen fast and you have to be ready for it.I`ve seen it myself.
    With a colleague,I attended a party about complaints of excessive noise.The atmosphere seemed friendly enough,even inviting,but after a minute or so of chatting amicably to the hosts,this woman suddenly launched herself at me and,in short order,attempted to punch me in the face,kick my legs and scratch my face.Fortunately,I wasn`t dancing with the partygoers and saw her coming.Even so,she was a handful to subdue and arrest;upset and quite drunk.During all this time she kept up a constant stream of filthy and abusive language.If I`d been like the above officers I could have been in trouble.
    Anyway,as she was bundled in the police van,her final shout was: "you`re all poofs!"
    The behaviour of these NYC officers looks unprofessional,self indulgent.You`re not being paid to enjoy yourself,rather serve and protect the public.And not the kind of publicity the NYCPD would want.
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    Sep 14, 2011 7:29 PM GMT
    mmmship saidIf anyone of u ever attended this West Indies parade, the first and only thing u would do is to duck for flying bullets. There are so many shootings and right in the crowds too. So many ppl doing drugs. This parade will make u deaf with extremely loud "music" playing on the parade route and on every block. It also turns people blind with all those obese women in skanky thongs showing off cellulite.

    These cops are way too dumb to be doing that knowing people are recording it. Stupid straight men are not worthy for any of us. Those guys are not that hot. Nothing special. Just dumb jackass heteros now the NYPD has to answer up for.


    As if West Indies parades are the only kind of have loud music, for fucks sake. You're giving such a bad name to the parades, they're not as bad as you say.
  • CuriousJockAZ

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    Sep 14, 2011 7:32 PM GMT
    TheKrisPandemic said
    As if West Indies parades are the only kind of have loud music, for fucks sake. You're giving such a bad name to the parades, they're not as bad as you say.



    I think the point here is that no one was acting out any worse in the parade than the policemen themselves. Their (the police) behavior was far more inappropriate than anyone in the carnival due to the fact that they were suppose to be there doing their job to protect and serve, not dancing in the streets and dry-humping paraders
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    Sep 14, 2011 7:39 PM GMT
    CuriousJockAZ said
    TheKrisPandemic said
    As if West Indies parades are the only kind of have loud music, for fucks sake. You're giving such a bad name to the parades, they're not as bad as you say.



    I think the point here is that no one was acting out any worse in the parade than the policemen themselves. Their (the police) behavior was far more inappropriate than anyone in the carnival due to the fact that they were suppose to be there doing their job to protect and serve, not dancing in the streets and dry-humping paraders


    I do agree with that, I feel they should be suspended. morning.gif
  • Montague

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    Sep 14, 2011 7:57 PM GMT
    I think that the uniformed officers were having a bit of fun, and you jackals need to find a new hobby.
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    Sep 14, 2011 7:58 PM GMT
    Montague saidI think that the uniformed officers were having a bit of fun, and you jackals need to find a new hobby.


    I think that the uniformed officers were working, and as such they were not paid to have fun, and as such they should have been protecting the people, such as the other officers who were shot at the event.

    Now shut the fuck up.
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    Sep 14, 2011 7:59 PM GMT
    I don't see a link, can you repost it? Thanks
  • MarvelClimber

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    Sep 14, 2011 11:59 PM GMT
    I went to the parade. (1) There was no shooting in the parade... it was several blocks away at the tail end of it all. Since it was in the vicinity, does "Shooting blocks away from West Indies Parade" draw more ratings than "Violence erupts during West Indies Parade"? (2) That thing is wilder than a Pride March; there's not much the cop could have done to keep that woman off him. (3) NYC cops interact with crowds all the time during these events. They dance and take pictures with people without any repercussions. (4) For all we know, the cop could have known that girl and her friends. He could take dance lessons at Cumbe Dance, across from the Brooklyn Academy of Music.

    Less judgy wudgy fellas.
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    Sep 15, 2011 12:26 AM GMT
    lucky btiches icon_eek.gif
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    Sep 18, 2011 3:08 PM GMT
    Update:


    Apparently those cops in question have in fact gotten into trouble...

    These days you really have to be on your guard, if you have to be serving for the public....

    http://jezebel.com/5839654/enthusiastic-cops-in-trouble-for-dirty-dancing-at-parade

    WABCEnthusiastic Cops In Trouble For Dirty Dancing At Parade
    Some NYPD officers were caught on video dirty dancing with revelers at last weekend's West Indian Day Parade. Their moves have sparked controversy.

    In the footage above, two cops stand around awkwardly when approached by parade participants. Two others, however, are more than happy to get down. This has the local media in an uproar — says Jim Dolan of WABC, "it's clear the officers involved are acting inappropriately for men with guns who are on the job. In some cases, the dancing is beyond a suggestive manner." Dolan also notes that there were several shootings in the neighborhood on the day of the parade, and "the officers in the video were just a couple of blocks from the shootings, and it's not clear yet if they responded to them or stayed at their posts along the route." And a police source told the New York Daily News that the NYPD is investigating the officers in the video. The source says, "It's not corruption, but it looks bad. It's young cops doing something stupid."

    How it looks is a matter for debate. Clearly, if cops were dancing when they should've been patrolling the area, that the problem. And on the one hand, it might be a good idea for a department still reeling from a high-profile rape case to train its members to behave extra-conservatively. On the other hand, the dancing on the video is clearly consensual, with many dance partners gleefully high-fiving the officers. It's possible to read the dancing as police bonding with a community and winning back some of its trust. A commenter on YouTube says as much: "They are human too... at least they show their human side and that they can get along with people in the black community and they are not just here to beat up on us..." Clearly if the cops in question were failing to respond to actual crimes, they deserve to be disciplined. Otherwise, though, maybe the department's making too much out of a little dancing.

    Cops Caught Dirty Dancing At Parade [WABC]
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    Sep 18, 2011 3:19 PM GMT
    Funny thing is that although it is likely that they are going to get in trouble for that, it did not result in a free-for-all among the paraders or the watchers....
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    Sep 18, 2011 3:41 PM GMT
    Lincsbear saidSpeaking as an ex-,I`ve had one or two 'friendly' encounters myself,though always with women icon_sad.gif But some of those guys looked really fit and could move!
    Did you notice the first officer?He knew how to handle it,on camera as it were! They were going too far,in my opinion,but it needs no more than a sharp word from their sergeant to sort this out.
    But it looks like a great patrol! icon_biggrin.gif

    Agreed. And with as many people out there who are afraid of or are intimidated by police officer (enough so that they are not likely to report a crime,) maybe police could use a more human face. Probably not dirty dancing...lol, but something to reach out to the community in a manner makes them more approachable to those who have been taught that the boys in blue are out to get you.