TOO HOT TO HANDLE: San Jose mayor fumes as video catches 'stripper' in a string bikini leaving fire truck!
SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA: In an embarrassing situation for the San Jose Fire Department, a bikini-clad woman was seen coming out of a firetruck parked outside a local strip club. The alleged footage has gone viral since then and triggered an internal investigation by the authorities. In the video, a woman can be seen wearing a string bikini and platform stilettos walking out of a San Jose firetruck and walking straight into a strip club.
“If the investigation concludes that this video is as bad as it looks, then heads must roll. We cannot have a life-critical emergency rescue apparatus relegated to a frat party bus," said Sam Liccardo, Mayor of San Jose after the video surfaced on Friday, October 7, as per The Mercury News. The video was originally posted by an Instagram user whose account is private.The video was then reposted by an account with the handle @sanjosefoos on Thursday, October 6, where a firetruck can be seen parked in front of a local strip joint called The Pink Poodle. The official website of the strip club, proudly claims that it is "San Jose's only all-nude strip club," however, it is yet to be confirmed whether the unidentified woman works for them.
It didn’t take long for the embarrassed San Jose Fire Department to initiate an investigation after the video in question went viral on social media platforms, reported the Daily Mail. “An investigation has been initiated to determine facts surrounding the video,” stated San Jose Fire Chief Robert Sapien, Jr. He added, “If findings of an internal investigation reveal inappropriate behavior of any Department members, appropriate steps will be taken to address the matter.”
The official statement from the fire department released on Friday, October 7, read, “It is the goal of the department to serve the community with courtesy and service. As such, it takes all feedback regarding the conduct of its employees seriously. All City of San José employees are expected to adhere to the Code of Ethics Policy they have agreed to as a condition of their employment.” The vdeo posted on Instagram showed the fire truck had its lights flashing with a marking, "E4" on it, while being parked on South Bascom Avenue.
The video received several reactions, with one user commenting, “She was warming up on the poles at the station.” Another said, “She probably has 2 jobs Firewoman during the day, Poodle at night times are tough.” “Every wife of SJFD calling their mans rn to ask where he’s at,” wrote another. Another interesting comment said, “Fire man had a shift on his birthday and the boys handled it.”