‘HOT COP OF CASTRO’ PLACED ON ADMINISTRATIVE LEAVE

San Francisco Filipino American designer Michael Bello with the 'Hot Cop of Castro'  (Photo courtesy of Bello's selfie)
San Francisco Filipino American designer Michael Bello with the ‘Hot Cop of Castro’ (Photo courtesy of Bello’s selfie)

San Francisco, California (The Adobo Chronicles) – Everyone wants a photo with Chris Kohrs, and television stations want an interview with him.

Kohrs, of course, is the ‘Hot Cop of Castro,’ the San Francisco police officer whose photos have gone viral and whose recently-created Facebook fan page has generated over 25,000 ‘likes’ and counting.  His hot photos – in and out of his police uniform – have created a frenzy never before seen in the gay Castro district or elsewhere. He is constantly being pursued in the streets by fans, gay and straight alike.

A memorandum from the San Francisco Police Department, obtained by The Adobo Chronicles, shows that Kohrs has been placed on paid administrative leave because of his growing popularity.  A spokesperson for SFPD says that the department was left with no choice but to take this action because Kohrs can no longer perform his regular duties due to the mounting requests for media interviews as well as the wave of photo requests he gets from fans while patroling the streets of San Francisco.

SFPD is confident that Kohrs’ popularity will eventually wind down, and at that point, the administrative sanction will be lifted.

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