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Mexican police chief individually picks ‘young, female, pretty’ officers for tourist unit

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Image credit: Tania Miranda for Mail Online
Image credit: Tania Miranda for Mail Online


Despite being a country known for theft, murder and a never-ending war with cartels, Mexico is also a superb vacation spot known for sandy beaches, beautiful oceans and attractive police officers.

Wait, what?

This isn’t a joke- Acapulco Police are leading the way in the “pretty police” sector with their new task force.

According to the Daily Mail, Acapulco Police chief Manuel Flores, creator of Mexico’s first all-female police force says he has formed a tourist assistance brigade, staffed entirely by beautiful women.

Image credit: Tania Miranda for Mail Online
Image credit: Tania Miranda for Mail Online

The female officers -aged 18 to 28- were all personally interviewed by the chief and judged for their physical fitness in the swimming pool.

With tourism making up 80% of the city’s local economy, Chief Flores has become adamant about not only improving the image of his police force, but inspiring confidence in tourists.

‘You wouldn’t believe how docile a dangerous driver becomes after being pulled over by a sexy girl’, Flores said.

Not only are the officers dressed in outfits that are a juxtaposition of function and fashion, wear their hair in a ponytail and sport pink lipstick, they are encouraged to flirt with the tourists.

Despite being labeled a sexist, Flores stands by his decision. In addition to claiming young women are less likely to be corrupt, he feels having attractive women in uniform will quell unruly tourists.

“The residents of this town are a horny bunch”, says Flores.

The new officers have been assigned duties such as beach patrol, traffic enforcement, assisting tourists and detaining criminals while the arresting authorities arrive. The officers earn 8,000 pesos a month- roughly $5,280 a year.

When asked about what some would consider a chauvinistic approach to policing, Flores said that “we had to think of a way to inspire confidence in the tourists, and our new faces on the street are not only responsible but very eye-catching… but it’s not sexist, we have fat chicks too.”

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