Gainesville Police Department Cops’ Selfie After Hurricane Irma Work Went Viral As Women Couldn’t Stop Swooning Over Handsome Officers
An innocent selfie of three police officers clicked after probably doing some rescue efforts after the Hurricane Irma has gone viral on social media. Officers Nordman, Hamill and Rengering in Florida of Gainesville Police Department clicked a selfie before getting ready to work and the picture was posted on the Facebook page of Gainesville Police Department where it gained cult status. The picture was flooded with comments from fans and followers as it reached epic proportions. The post received over 375,000 Facebook likes, over 139,000 comments and 215,772 shares. Some of the comments even made the cops blush and Gainesville Police Department had to reply back to the comments and issue an update.
The original post on Facebook read, “Officers Nordman, Hamill and Rengering…part of the night crew getting ready to do some work.” It was later updated with one of the wittiest comments ever. The updated post read, “We are dying with the comments. You’ve actually made our chief blush with some of them. MRS. Nordman and MRS. Hamill have also enjoyed knowing how millions of women are going crazy over their husbands. We can confirm that Officer Rengering (far right with the amazing hair) IS SINGLE. On another note, Officer Rengering is being placed into Cougar Prey Protective Care, similar to the witness protection program for his safety. Please do not call 9-1-1 and request this group respond to your “incident”. There WILL be a calendar.”
Read the Facebook post here:
Some of the comments that were as epic as the post can be found below.
The hunkapotamus handler is ready for the call
The subtle take on Florida and the present situation
The adjectives are to the point
Something inappropriate has already been said
This picture does seem to brighten a humdrum monotonous day and the comments are the icing on the cake. Apparently, the police department has decided to shoot a calendar featuring their officers the sales of which will go to the relief work for the damages caused by Hurricane Irma in Florida.