New rules ‘force out’ busty cops

Midweek Sport - - FRONT PAGE - By RACHEL SPENCER rachel@sun­

BUSTY lady cop­pers claim they are be­ing driven out of their jobs be­cause they’ve been banned from wear­ing sup­port­ive BRAS!

Bosses at Es­sex Po­lice have is­sued strict guide­lines on what their WPCS should wear when they’re on pa­trol.

And they’ve de­clared underwired boul­der-hold­ers a big no-no, say­ing Girls in Blue could be in dan­ger if they got shot while wear­ing one.

But more well-de­vel­oped fe­male Dib­ble say with­out proper sup­port they are in much more dan­ger of get­ting BLACK EYES from run­ning af­ter a sus­pect than get­ting gunned down.

A let­ter from the force to all its fe­male staff reads: Although there is no such thing as a bul­let­proof bra, a good com­fort­able fit­ted non­wired bra from a re­tailer like Marks & Spencer would help pre­vent bal­lis­tic dam­age. Body ar­mour has to be close fit­ting and you should wear a bra that does not con­tain me­tal ob­jects.

You should not wear underwired bras as the me­tal can be driven into the skin caus­ing more dam­age.

But one fe­male cop­per is fu­ri­ous with the rules, say­ing it could end up with her leav­ing the force.

She said: “This is ridicu­lous, I’m a 34E so I need real sup­port while on the job.

“If I wear an un­sup­ported bra they are all over the place, it’s re­ally painful to run and I end up with back­ache. Now I’m be­ing told I can’t wear underwired bras at work, it’s just not on, I feel like I’m be­ing driven out of my job.

“I know it’s for health and safety rea­sons, but the chance of get­ting shot is low com­pared to the cer­tainty of be­ing in pain ev­ery day with­out a proper bra.”

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