We all know that men in uniform tend to turn some heads. That's why firefighter calendars are such a popular fundraiser. Well some officers are getting some attention on the Police Department Facebook page after posting a selfie before their shift.
Officers Nordsman, Hamill and Rengering are part of the night crew working at the Gainesville Police Department helping to clean up after Hurricane Irma.
After posting a picture before their shift on Sunday, they got a flurry of comments on their Facebook page that made people blush.
In the days that followed the post received 135,000 comments, 204,000 likes and over 251,000 shares.
People wanted to know the relationship status of these young men and demanded they release a calendar.
"Y'all should do a calendar, where you're half dressed, for charity," one person wrote.
Other women couldn't control themselves, losing their train of thought in their comments.
“I can’t believe how many women are objectifying these poor, fine, young, strong, handsome, brave, sexy, delicious, virile, ovulation-inducing, mouth-watering, beefy….. I can’t remember where I was going with this….” after commenter wroter.
Their attention even spread north of the border.
“I ‘liked’ the Gainesville police page just because I wanna know when the calendar comes out….. all the way from northern British Columbia CANADA,” the person wrote.
But it didn't end there...
Some a little more sultry than others...
You'll have to read the rest on your own, because some of them are too racy for us to share.
They posted an update on Wednesday to the reactions, that had us laughing all over again.
The police department took the attention in stride by updating their initial post answering the flurry of comments from readers.
They admitted that they loved the comments on the pictures, some of which "made our chief blush".
We also learned that Officer Nordman and Hamill are married, but Officer Rengering is actually single.
"Officer Rengering is being placed into Cougar Prey Protective Care, similar to the witness protection program for his safety," the post reads.
The police department also warned not to call 9-1-1 in the hopes that this team will respond. Calling the emergency line when there isn't a real emergency is a real problem because it takes attention away from those who may really need it.
The Sarasoto Police Department sent backup to the Gainesville post with their own steamy hunks.
“So, Sarasota Police Department evidently has some guys headed out to help with rising floodwaters. If they happen to stir the Interweb like we did earlier … they’re going to need rescues themselves! Not bad, SPD. They don’t have awesome hair … but they’ll do,” wrote the Gaineville Facebook page.
The comedic comments were a welcome relief after the devastation of the hurricane that hit the state over the weekend where many faced evacuations.
"Thank you all for the hilarious comments...they have brightened our time up here," the post said.
You will all be happy to know that they will be making a calendar in order to raise funds for the Hurricane Irma recovery in Florida.
Source: People /