Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

Gainesville Police Had To Warn Women Not To Call 911 After Posting A Photo To Facebook.

There aren't a lot of people who can resist a man in uniform, unless you're a dude who's 100% straight, that is. So, when one officer from the Gainesville Police Department posted a photo of himself and three other buddies on Twitter shortly before Irma struck, the hurricane wasn't the only thing that was causing a stir among Floridians and beyond. Now cops are asking women to stop flooding the 911 call centers with questions about these three, but it's a warning we're not expecting many to adhere to, and can you blame them? We're kind of tempted to reach for the phone ourselves.

The Gainesville Police Department has some of the finest recruits, emphasis on finest.

The police department thought they were doing a good thing posting a photo of Officers Nordman, Hamill and Rengering on Sunday with the message, "… part of the night crew getting ready to do some work. #Irma". But it didn't calm nerves, it turned up the heat.

The Gainesville Police Department has some of the finest recruits, emphasis on finest.

Within 48 hours, the pic got plenty of attention from a bunch of female admirers.

110,000 comments, over 280,000 likes, and more than 170,000 shares overwhelmed the post, and there was one collective question on everyone's mind, are these three officers single?

110,000 comments, over 280,000 likes, and more than 170,000 shares overwhelmed the post, and there was one collective question on everyone's mind, are these three officers single?

Despite the obviously objectification of these good-looking cops, women kept praising them.

Despite the obviously objectification of these good-looking cops, women kept praising them.

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