- A South African Police Service (SAPS) officer has wowed social media users with his good looks
- The attractive cop went viral after a tweep posted a couple of photos on the social media platform
- Both male and female Saffas were left drooling over the hunky man in blue
Police officers are here to serve and protect the citizens of South Africa. However, some of the cops are getting attention for reasons not related to crime.
An unidentified police officer has caused quite the stir on Twitter when a tweep, @IG_Jay_Khath, posted snaps of him on the social media platform.
@IG_Jay_Khath captioned the post:
"I burned pap, please arrest me Mr Policeman, I am a danger to the society."
Take a look at the post below:
Thousands of South Africans were left thirsty and both men and women lost it over the hunky officer. The tweeps held nothing back with their comments.
Tebogo Mkhwanazi, who goes by the Twitter handle @tetem78, commented:
"Lies, lies, lies. Mr Policeman sir it was me, I did it, I burned the pap and it wasn't my first time either, arrest me."
Another tweep, @Scelow_h, said:
"Which police station is this bathong. I have some documents I need to certify and do an affidavit nyana nje..."
Twitter user, @jezile_sam, added:
"I think he needs to be internally investigated for arson cause it's smoking hot on my feed. No, I'm happily married."
The post motivated tweeps to share more photos of attractive SAPS officers.
It is not just cops who are blessed with amazing genes. Briefly.co.za previously reported on a handsome doctor who won Mzansi over.
Mokgomotsi Derick Kibiti took to the Facebook group #ImStaying to post a photo of himself at work. Kibiti is a doctor who, according to his Facebook profile, studied at the University of the Free State before furthering his studies in Havana, Cuba.
Kibiti captioned the post: "I chose to spend my day serving my community. #ImStaying"
South Africans were happy to hear that Kibiti was staying but they focused more on his handsome looks.
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