By Evalynne / Saturday 6 April 2013 12:55 / United States - New Orleans
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  Bakarra  |  22

Well obviously, rule 141/D of the police regulation handbook clearly states that "An officer of the law is never allowed to leave duty for the pursuit of personal pleasure, unless it's a woman's bachelorette party and a male stripper is needed."

  gracehi  |  31

Actually, something like this happened on an episode of the "Golden Girls." They were throwing a party and ordered a male stripper, but then a real cop showed up and they thought he was the stripper, but later the actual stripper showed up wearing a skimpy version of a cop uniform. In the end it turned out that the cop had always wanted to be a dancer, and the stripper had always wanted to be a cop.

By  accioshannon  |  17

...Nobody called for a stripper, you thought one just showed up?

  RedPandax  |  23

#122, I've* The mistake between 'your' and 'you're' is pretty common, but how do you mess up 'I've'? Plus, isn't it in the rulebook that when you correct someone you should make sure everything you wrote is correct, otherwise it makes you look uneducated?

By  FML_user_person  |  8

YDI. If he says that there have been complaints about the noise, he would not have been the stripper. Besides, wasn't he wearing his uniform?

  Bakarra  |  22

I realize you're 14 but you should still know many strippers wear uniforms, popular male stripper uniforms would include: police, fire fighter, soldier, cowboy, etc.