A senior policewoman with the Greater Manchester Police has been suspended for inappropriate behavior after she was accused of being involved in loud altercation with another officer at a bar over who has the better peer of boobs.
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The incident took place at a bar were the officers had retired to as part of an event designed to enhance the ‘profile and perception’ of female officers.
Assistant Chief Constable Rebekah Sutcliffe is said to have had a late-night argument with Superintendent Sarah Jackson about whose breasts were the most attractive.
ACC Sutcliffe has now been suspended while her fellow officer is not facing any sanctions.
The bust-up reportedly took place at a hotel bar during the Senior Women In Policing conference, a glitzy event attended by female chiefs from across the country.
The two women are said to have been among the last few guests at the hotel bar one night at the conference and had a loud disagreement about who had the ‘best boobs’.
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