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  • Aussie police onboard police mini-bus run around nekkid at traffic light.

    Naked men jump off police bus at traffic lights'
    Article from: The Courier-Mail

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    Anna Caldwell

    September 21, 2009 03:48pm

    UPDATE: TWO naked men who ran around outside a police bus when it stopped at traffic lights weren't the only nude officers on board.

    It emerged this afternoon that as well as the two naked men originally reported by a motorist, the police minibus was carrying other officers who had also stripped.

    At least one of the officers was also on duty at the time of the buck's party celebration, for which the bus had been commandeered without permission.

    Details of the clothing-optional police bus emerged after police received a complaint from a woman who saw nude men emerge from a minibus stopped at the intersection of Moreton Bay Road and Redland Bay Road, Capalaba, about 4.15pm yesterday.

    Police inquiries established the white Toyota Hi-ace was a police car based at Oxley.

    A police statement today said about five or six officers were on the bus at the time and that the bus travelled from Cleveland to the Special Services Branch at Oxley.

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    The QPS Ethical Standards Command has commenced an investigation.

    In a statement, police said: `` the QPS acknowledges that if substantiated this behaviour is completely unacceptable in terms of both community expectations and the Service’s own standards’’.

    The statement said the officers were off duty and had attended a private function at Cleveland.

    The investigation will also examine the use of the vehicles, supervision and the reimbursement of costs.

    http://www.news.com.au/couriermail/s...03-952,00.html

    HAHAHAHA! Not really sure what to say. Probably won't end well, especially for the one on-duty officer.

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