Chinese Policewoman Fired After Posting ‘Vulgar Selfies’ In Her Uniform

Sophie Williams | Daily Mail

Chinese Policewoman Fired After Posting 'Vulgar Selfies' In Her Uniform Online
Chinese Policewoman wore her uniform and shorts in sexy viral images and was promptly fired. Credit: CEN

A policewoman in China has been sacked after posing for a few raunchy selfies while in her uniform before posting them online.

According to the Public Security Bureau of Dandong in Liaoning province, the woman, who remains unnamed, worked as an auxiliary officer and has since been removed from her post, reports the People’s Daily Online.

Despite her taking down the posts from her Weibo account, the pictures have been widely shared on the country’s social media sites.

Bad idea?: The unidentified woman posted selfies online while wearing her police uniform.
Bad idea?: The unidentified woman posted selfies online while wearing her police uniform.

The woman uploaded some pictures of herself posing in her police uniform.

People who saw the images criticized her for wearing shorts and not dressing appropriately.

She has since taken the images down from her Weibo account.

No to shorts: People who saw the images criticised her for wearing shorts and not dressing appropriately. Credit: CEN
No to shorts: People who saw the images criticised her for wearing shorts and not dressing appropriately. Credit: CEN

According to her account, she was born in 1994.

The Zhenxing Branch of Public Security Bureau of Dandong confirmed to media on May 10 that the woman had been a member of staff.

Big mistake: People have also said that the woman was foolish to include her badge number. Credit: CEN
Big mistake: People have also said that the woman was foolish to include her badge number. Credit: CEN

The bureau said she had been fired because of the ‘vulgar photos’. People who saw the images criticised her for wearing shorts and not dressing appropriately. She has since taken the images down from her Weibo account.

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