Plain-clothed cop blends into the youth with trendy denim shorts and polo outfit

"We're just here to make sure nobody ends up in the drunk chair," he said.

Plain-clothed cop blends into the youth with trendy denim shorts and polo outfit

ERROL PARKER | Editor-at-large | Contact

THOUGH THE BABY-FACED PUBLIC servant is well into his twenties, Constable Damien Longshanks from the Broadbeach LAC has chosen his trendiest threads to pound the pavement tonight as a plain-clothed policeman.

Tasked with keeping Queenslanders safe from the scourge of public drunkenness and MDMA, the 29-year-old spent some time this afternoon putting together his look in his Pacific Pines apartment.

“I’ve got these radical SMP denim shorts because I know it’s going to be sticky as Redskin golly¬†tonight,” he said.

“The kids don’t wear sneakers anymore, they’ve gone out of fashion. I’ve got a pair of New Balances that are both comfortable and practical. I could run down Darius Boyd in these bastards. But yeah, mate. It’s all about blending in.”

Longshanks concedes that he won’t be able to wear a ‘cool’ belt on the count of all the gear he has to carry with him while on duty, such as handcuffs, mace and a Glock 17.

Another thing he doesn’t have time for are ‘drug dealers’ or members of the wider community who are ‘looking to buy drugs.’

“We take a pretty dim view of those people,” explained Damien.

“If we find dealers making trouble or taking advantage of somebody, drag them into a fire escape or something and just go ham on them. Those extendable batons are next level, they’re almost as effective as the Glock. Then we put their wheezing corpse into a ‘drunk chair’ and wheel them out onto the beach to sleep the beating off.”

“Just another way we’re keeping everyone safe.” he said.

More to come.

2 Responses to "Plain-clothed cop blends into the youth with trendy denim shorts and polo outfit"

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