This Chinese Police Officer Was Fired From Her Job For Posting Sexy Selfies
May 12, 2016 12:52
It looks like not every law enforcement agency in the world is accepting of sexy selfies. A female police officer in China just lost her job after she posted some of them in her uniform on social media.
She posted pictures of herself posing on the floor with her uniform top, without any pants.
She might just be wearing some short shorts, or underwear, but it was still considered pretty racy in their standards.
She has since been dismissed from her job for disgracing the department with "vulgar" selfies.
This isn't the first case of job dismissal because of selfies, so if you're deciding that the world should see you in your sexy light on social media, think twice!
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