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In today’s edition of cops behaving badly on social media, the NYPD is cracking down on officers posting pictures of themselves in uniform on dating sites, launching an investigation that could lead to termination, the he believes some of his colleagues are “a bunch of lowlifes using the uniform to get laid.”Social media etiquette often seems common sense, but recent events suggest cops still need to be schooled on what to share–or more importantly, what not to share.
It’s apparent from the copselfies Tumblr that the boys (and girls) in blue love taking photos of themselves in uniform, which in itself seems innocuous.
Online dating has become increasingly de-stigmatized, but there are many who still aren't comfortable having their photo online and publicly admitting they need help finding a mate: the powerful, the wealthy, and the well-known to name a few.
And though you'd think they would have fewer problems than us mere mortals in finding a significant other, apparently they suffer the same slings, arrows and bad dates as the rest of us.
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