TikTok Guys Film Themselves Harassment Of Female Police Officers In A ‘Very Disrespectful’ New Trend

Yobs film themselves harassing female police officers in a “very disrespectful” TikTok trend.

Users of the social media app film officers on duty making flirty, sometimes intimidating comments, with some clips thousands of views.

police chiefs have responded to the trend, saying it hinders essential policing and violates officers’ privacy.

The stunts have become so widespread that an overview video collects some of them, captioning them: ‘Road guards flirt with female police officers’ followed by a laughing emoji has been viewed 662,000 times.

In one clip, a man approaches a female cop standing by a patrol car and says, “What’s your name, beauty?”

He adds: ‘What are you telling me? You look good. What’s your Snap? [Snapchat]?’

In another video, a user zooms in on a female cop’s face as he addresses her.

Users of the social media app film officers on duty making flirty, sometimes intimidating comments, with some clips gaining thousands of views

TikTok users film officers on duty making flirty, sometimes intimidating comments, and some clips are viewed thousands of times

In one video, a man assaults a female cop outside Dyfed Powys Police Station near Abergavenny in Wales, repeatedly asking if she's had cosmetic surgery.

In one video, a man assaults a female cop outside Dyfed Powys Police Station near Abergavenny in Wales, repeatedly asking if she’s had cosmetic surgery.

“What’s your name, Miss?” he asks as he reads her badge number aloud. ‘What’s your name, honey? Lips are crazy too.’

He repeatedly says the name of a woman, presumably read from her badge, in the video.

The stunts have become so widespread on TikTok that these clips have been included in a recap video.  The caption 'Road officials flirt with female police officers' - followed by a smiling emoji - and it has been viewed 662,000 times

The stunts have become so widespread on TikTok that these clips have been included in a recap video. The caption ‘Road officials flirt with female police officers’ – followed by a smiling emoji – and it has been viewed 662,000 times

In another video, a man assaults a female cop outside Dyfed Powys Police Station near Abergavenny in Wales, repeatedly asking if she’s had cosmetic surgery.

He can be heard saying, “Have you had a lip filler, may I ask?”

She replies, “No, I won’t.”

The man who is filming adds, “You look the way you do.”

The officer says, “Again, I think your questioning goes well beyond what you should be asking me.

“You are now asking me personal questions about what I look like.

“I’m doing my job.”

He then asks her female colleague, “Why are you wearing sunglasses in this weather?”

The clip has been viewed almost 255,000 times on TikTok.

Ch Supt Raj Kohli of Hants Police said: ‘The objectification of women is a real problem for society.

“The misogyny and sexism seen here is part of the spectrum that leads to violence against women and girls.

Moreover, it is unacceptable to focus on colleagues who are here to protect people.

“Those people who record these videos should take a good look at themselves.

A police federation spokesman said:

A police federation spokesman said: “Not only is this deeply disrespectful to female officers, but incredibly disturbing if this harassment takes place while they are on duty, investigating a serious crime or when other members of the public need their help.” .

“How would they feel if their female relative was treated so disrespectfully?”

A police federation spokesperson said: “This is not only deeply disrespectful to female officers, but incredibly disturbing if this harassment occurs while they are on duty, investigating a serious crime or when other members of the public need their help.

“It also poses a potential risk to their personal privacy, which must be respected at work.”

A spokesman for the National Police Chiefs’ Council said: “Police officers work hard every day to protect and protect the public.

“It is never acceptable for someone to be abused or harassed for doing their job.”

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