[quote="Anonymous"]look, i worked as a server for many golf tournaments...yes, they want pretty girls, yes, they typically hire strippers or girls that "flirt" well but that doesn't mean she is a hooker! These guys did NOTHING that every other golfer in the county have done a million times! There is NOTHING illegal with these men being engaged by a girl who has no problem taking off her shirt for the attention and pleasure of the players involved in the tournament. I'm not condoning the sexist exploit however, these women are will participants and I've never seen anything other than simple entertainment at these events. Would I myself take my shirt off at a tournament, NO but that doesn't make it wrong for the women that chose to do so. I'd much rather see a focus on improper budget spending, the fact that there isn't enough police presence in the drug trade areas of the county, or the misuse of our county dollars wasted on frivolous reports or arrests for non criminal offenses (IE adults possessing personal use amounts of marijuana). Lets remember that the PBSO are HUMAN BEINGS not only paid servants of the county. Not knocking the post, I just see it as a lame attempt to focus on an issue that isn't relevant when discussing our hard working, under paid police force. Thanks for reading...[/quote]
Sorry, but your characterization of golf tournaments and "every other golfer in the county", specifically your frequency figure (a million times huh?), are as deluded as your analysis of the events which transpired, the legality surrounding them, and the parties victimized. How does "grabbing a handful of breast while posing with a minor" become "woman who just wanted to take her shirt off, purely for aesthetic/entertainment value"? Just in case you don't know, we are all human beings, and this state of being alone is not a valid defense for violating the law, particularly if you are sworn and paid to uphold it! Also, it is not only wrong, but ILLEGAL for a woman to take her top off (for cash money and tips on the spot no less) at a tournament, particularly when she isn't even playing in the tournament, the property is plainly in public view, there is a minor and alcohol present, and she is trespassing along with her coked-up "handler"; never mind the solicitation and cocaine she indulged. Please read the details provided in the other threads, as well as the very specific post provided in this one.
I like your stance on marijuana, but "under paid" and "hard working" police force is a bit of a laugh, don't you think? The statistics clearly show that if your police force is in fact "hard working", they are shamefully inept at the very best; at worst, they are (on the whole) an incompetent band of thugs, no better than PBSO for the most part, served and led by, hypocrite, corrupt, sleaze. But hey, who cares if well armed, immoral, hypocrite, criminals "have the power to ruin people's lives", or so goes the drunken rant? After all, to care about something like that would be "to focus on an issue that isn't relevant", right?