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Indianapolis Commander Apologizes for Revealing Bra Sizes of Female Officers

July 11, 2011  | 

A supervisor with the Indianapolis Metro Police Department apologized to 13 female officers for revealing their bra sizes and measurements in an e-mail to 37 commanders.

A lieutenant sent the initial e-mail with a spreadsheet attachment to his commander that listed the officers and their dimensions. The officers had been custom-fitted for body armor, and the e-mail was sent as a notification that the armor was ready.

Several of the female officers were embarrassed and angered by the incident, according to the police union.

Source: Indianapolis Star

Comments (2)

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James May @ 7/11/2011 5:29 PM

That is if the size of their hardware is a secret to begin with...

Nish @ 1/17/2012 7:54 AM

That's pathetic, something a highschool kid would do not a lieutenant. And "secret" or not it's not info that has to be passed around.

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