Used his police uniforms in naughty challenge on the social media

using his police uniform to lure more followers into its social media is probably not a good idea. It was certainly not for the peruvian female police officer J

Used his police uniforms in naughty challenge on the social media

using his police uniform to lure more followers into its social media is probably not a good idea. It was certainly not for the peruvian female police officer J

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
01 January 2020 Wednesday 01:00
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Used his police uniforms in naughty challenge on the social media

using his police uniform to lure more followers into its social media is probably not a good idea. It was certainly not for the peruvian female police officer Jossmery Toledo, which is now waiting for a decision in connection with a disciplinary matter, as the police in Peru have launched against her.

Jossmery Toledo had appeared in police uniform in a challenge by the name of 'Bibidi Babidi Doo' on the social media Tiktok, where, in a video must be dressed in commonplace clothes, and then suddenly jump into something more daring and challenging clothes. In the first part of the video is Jossmery dressed in his police uniform, and in the second part jumps suddenly she out in a very short red dress that highlights her body.

It writes multiple media including La Republica, El Comercio and Publimetro

below you can see Jossmery jump out of his naughty challenge, which she also posted on Facebook.

the Police have obviously got the coffee wrong in the throat that politiuniformen is used in connection with a cheeky challenge, and the police believe that she has breached the rules around the use of his uniform outside of duty time.

Jossmery Toledo has, in fact, thousands of followers on his social media Instagram and Facebook, and she often put the images out from the beach or the gym.

On Instagram she has also commented on the pending case:

'I can't understand why people must be so envious. No matter what happens, I will continue to laugh, undefeated.'

Thus writes Jossmery and adding in a second lookup:

'I respect and love the sup, and I am grateful for everything it has given me'.

the Case received so much coverage in Peru, to the president of the Military Police, Julio Pachero, has commented:

'for now it is the police who are investigating the matter, and then we shall see what happens,' explained Julio Pachera and added that Jossmery Toledo, of course, can continue to use the social media, as long as it does not affect her work with the police.

Jossmery poses here on Facebook. It may she would like, as long as she does not appear in uniform. (Photo: Private/Facebook)

Updated: 01.01.2020 01:00
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