Twin sisters who both recently graduated from the police college gave internet commentaries a twist after they were shown on social media together.
Agents Shawn Walters and Krisieta McQueen confuse colleagues and criminals with their identical appearance, because people sometimes don't know which sister they are talking to.
The 27-year-olds from Waikato in New Zealand have similar personalities and attitudes, are both mothers and have the same taste in clothing.
Commentators wondered about the sisters' similarities after sharing a photo on social media.
Krisieta McQueen (left) and Shawn Walters (right) recently graduated from the police college
Commentators wondered about the sisters' similarities after sharing a photo on social media
& # 39; Hold me now, & # 39; said a person. & # 39; Please be arrested, & # 39; another said.
& # 39; What a beautiful ladies, & # 39; one commentator posted, while the other said she & # 39; amazing wahine toa (brave women) & # 39; goods.
Despite their identical genetics, they both did not want to join the police at the same time.
The older twins, Mrs. Walters, who was born 30 minutes before Mrs. McQueen, was the first to join the troops.
When they were young girls 12 years ago, a group of annoying teenagers attacked Mrs. Walters, thinking she was her sister.
While the younger sister, Mrs. McQueen, was being trained to become a nurse, Mrs. Walters was driven to become a police officer through her terrible experience of being beaten up.
While the teenagers attacked and kicked her, it was a police officer who protected her by throwing herself over her.
& # 39; I never want to be so helpless again, & # 39; said Mrs. Walters.
The attack left her with the desire to join the police alongside her husband.
She soon discovered that she loved the work because it gave her the opportunity to help people.
Every day she would be so excited to go to work that her younger sister, Mrs. McQueen, wondered what she was missing.
Double seeing: Krisieta McQueen (2nd from the right) joined another identical twin, Cameron Sinclair (2nd from the left) and graduated to become a cop
One night Mrs. McQueen accompanied her twins while patrolling the Waikato town of Huntly.
& # 39; People went to see her because she wasn't intimidating, she was approachable and friendly & # 39 ;, Mrs. McQueen said Stuff.
& # 39; One day I woke up and realized that I was super jealous of her work. Then I went, why am I jealous, why don't I just participate? & # 39;
Social media exploded with admiration for the handsome agents
Amazingly, this Instagram response was correct. Two perpetrators fleeing the scene of a Waikato burglary once surrendered to Constable Walters and said: & # 39; We missed you and didn't want you to chase us. & # 39;
Mrs. McQueen has now graduated to become an agent with her sister.
The glamorous agents are not the only identical twin in New Zealand police.
Another identical twin, Constable Cameron Sinclair, graduated on the same course as Mrs. Walters, to join his brother who is already stationed and working in Auckland.
A third pair of twins, fraternal twins Bronwyn Allen and Kylie Cardon, also became constables in Rotorua earlier this year.
& # 39; It must be something in our water, & # 39; said a police spokesperson.
Walters and McQueen now work from Hamilton Central Police Station in Waikato, NZ
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