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IN People ON 20 Apr, 2016
The internet holds the competence to convert a normal person into a global sensation overnight. In the similar fashion, it can burn down one's life into beetle dust as well.
Apparently, a policewoman, Nidia Garcia, in Mexico faced the aftermath of posting her topless pictures on Facebook taken in her patrol car. Since then, the image swept over the internet, and the mother of two was immediately relieved from her duty. The investigation about the same is still pending.
She clicked the snap wearing her uniform when she was supposed to guard the streets of Escobedo.
According to a spokesperson of Nuevo Leon state government, "She was immediately reprimanded and is currently at the mercy of the state's internal police Honour and Justice Commission, which will be determining the next steps to be taken."
"I was wrong in letting myself be photographed in my hours of work while still wearing the uniform of an officer. I want to ask a huge apology to the secretary of security and Justice of proximity and more to my municipality general, Escobedo for this immoral act on my part.
I feel disgusted by the great damage caused and the damage done mainly to my two daughters, followed by my husband, my parents, brothers and the entire family."
The worst part about this is that she was in uniform, armed as well as on duty.
Three people were murdered in the town ruled by no law.
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