Russian Police Women Wear too Short Skirts

Posted: Jun 26 2014, 4:12am CDT | by , in News | Also on the Geek Mind
Updated: Jun 26 2014, 7:38pm CDT

 

Russian Police Women Wear too Short Skirts
Photo Credit: Luba Shul Twitter
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This is a fun story from Russia. Apparently Police women there wear too short skirts. There is one Twitter photo that goes viral right now showing young Russian Police women in sexy short skirts.

A report out of Russia is amusing the world today. Putin's Interior ministry is cracking down on police women wearing too short skirts. It is not clear what started the trend, but now it ends and it is a shame. A photo posted on Twitter is going viral along this report. It is also the only photo I can find anywhere that shows Russian Police women wearing short skirts.

Russian-born model Luba Shul posted a photo showing three young police women sporting a very leggy look. These hot Russian Police women are supposedly keeping the streets safe in Yekaterinburg.

The female police are not the only ones chopping off clothes. According to the Moscow Times, Police man have been spotted with cut off sleeves. The new policies require that all Police personal adhere to uniform standards.

The Police union chairman Mikhail Pashkin had a great statement regarding the short skirts of the Police women: "Perhaps the girls want to get married. Incidentally, they are thinking about the demographic situation." Looks like Vladimir Putin does not agree, although he himself is into showing skin. The photo of him riding topless on a horse is a staple in Jon Stewart's Daily Show.

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