Cops in chopper accidentally discuss blow jobs over loud speaker (VIDEO)

 

Two Winnipeg police officers are under fire after an X-rated conversation occurring inside a police helicopter was inadvertently heard by residents below through the PA system, which the officers obviously didn’t know was activated at the time.

Residents heard the whizzing of Air-1 flying overhead around 10:00 p.m. Monday, then a conversation that, according to Brandi Armstrong, included something like this:

Officer #1: “Can you give me a blow job?”

Officer #2: “You have too much body hair.”

Armstrong said her jaw dropped, but her husband just laughed. However, Armstrong doesn’t think it’s a laughing matter and feels the officers should be disciplined.

“A police officer, they hold a very important job. Tons of people look up to them. Children look up to them,” she said. “I mean, you’re setting a bad example for children. It’s almost saying it’s OK to speak like this.”

And everyone knows that talking about blow jobs, especially on the job, is a big no-no.

Meanwhile, others saw the humor in the situation as the hashtags #whoops and #Winnipeg began to trend across social media.

When the officers realized their intimate conversation was being broadcasted to everyone below, they immediately turned off the PA system, although it’s unknown if the conversation actually ceased at that point.

The police department later issued a statement of apology.

On June 22, 2015, at approximately 9:30 p.m., members of the Winnipeg Police Service Helicopter AIR1, while on routine patrol, inadvertently activated the aircraft’s public address system. As a result, the flight crew’s conversation was publicly broadcast; some content of the conversation was inappropriate.

The involved members were not able to hear the public address system from within the aircraft. They became aware their conversation had been broadcast and immediately turned the system off.

The Winnipeg Police Service, the Flight Operations Unit, and the involved members sincerely apologize to all members of the public, especially those who overheard the broadcast.

This incident is being reviewed. The outcome of this review will be determined at a later time.

[CBC News]