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Updated: February 25, 2021


Four female police officers in New York are under fire for posing with two nearly nude G-string-clad male strippers and smiling from ear to mouth, triggering series of questions and explosive comments.

Two of the cops were identified as Sector David NCOs Amber Guzman and Nathalie Lebron.

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Four female police officers in New York are under fire for posing with two nearly nude G-string-clad male strippers.

The photograph was taken on May 13 at the annual Mother’s Day celebration at the ARC Senior Center on Broadway near W.173rd St., and quickly circulated through the NYPD over the weekend, eliciting plenty of smirks, New York Daily News reported on Monday.

The report said the four female officers are from the 33rd Precinct in Washington Heights — including at least two from its neighborhood policing program.

“In the photo, all four cops flash wide smiles as they lean into the stripper’s buff bod — with one gleefully pointing to his G-string — as a second stripper, wearing a sailor hat, dances in the background. An NYPD recruit appears to have taken the picture,” the newspaper said.

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