Some exceptionally good-looking officers in the Gainesville Police Department posted a selfie of them on duty while Hurricane Irma was closing in on the Sunshine State on their official Facebook page, and now they plan to use their newfound fame for good.
"Hello officer handsome! Sorry, i know you're out there helping but who doesn't like a cute first responder", Shari Dixon commented. "I can't remember where I was going with this", said Luci Kaye.
Others wrote they were thinking of calling 911, and specifically asking for the officers photographed.
The post was nearly immediately flooded with comments from interested ladies.
We are dying with the comments.
Officers Nordman, Hamil and Rengering had no idea what was about to happen.
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The selfie, which has drawn almost 170,000 comments and more than 100,000 shares, reportedly made the chief of the department "blush".
The good news is, Officer Rengering, the one of the far right with the incredible hair, is single.
"5. Please do not call 9-1-1 and request this group respond to your 'incident'. There WILL be a calendar". The calenders will be for sale and all funds raised will go to the Hurricane Irma recovery efforts in Florida.
The department later posted another photo of one of their officers - to the excitement of many women online.
Most Facebook posts from the department receive a fair amount of shares and likes, but the internet flocked to the selfie of the "hot cops".
The Sarasota Police Department followed suit later Tuesday.. "Gainesville Police Department has nothing on us".
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On Tybee Island east of Savannah, Holland Zellers was grabbing a kayak to reach his mother in a home near the beach. Forecasts early Friday showed the storm likely to head north through Florida and into Georgia and Tennessee.