Tuesday, 11. March 2014 - 17:03
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Is that a Heckler and Koch or are you just pleased to see me?
Elite cops have been torn off a strip in Romania after these astonishing nude snaps of them on a training exercise were revealed.
SWAT team commissioner-in-chief Emanoil Moraru is seen stripped for action covering his modesty with just a toy gun and a curly wig while officers in full protective kit surround him.
The snaps - which emerged in local media - have caused red faced police brass enormous embarrassment.
But unrepentant Commissioner Moraru said: "In my squad we are gladiators and we're a bit more crazy."
"The pictures were taken after a training session. We're not ashamed.
"We work hard and we train hard and sometimes we let of steam.
"That gun is just a toy and the wig was from one of the training dummies. I'm actually wearing some pants but you can't see them in the picture," he added.
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