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Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Yes, We Have Suggestive Images of the Castro Hot Cop Drenched in Cold Water

Posted By on Tue, Aug 19, 2014 at 12:24 PM

We can't make up for the fact while Paul McCartney rocked it at Candlestick Park, you were stuck in traffic and missed the show. And we certainly won't be able to help you get a refund on those concert tickets. The best we could do at this point (and it has nothing to do with Paul McCartney, sorry) is show you some images of the Hot Cop of the Castro getting wet at a San Francisco gay bar.

Last night, Officer Chris Kohrs, aka The Hot Cop of the Castro, made a cameo at The Cafe where he participated in the Ice Bucket challenge, a viral campaign to raise awareness for ALS. If you've had no access to computers or people with computers in the last month, the Ice Bucket Challenge is kinda what it sounds like: you volunteer to dump a bucket of ice cold water on you head for everyone else's viewing pleasure. 

We're still awaiting to find out how much money people shelled out to see the hot cop cool off last night. What we do know is Kohrs didn't go home with his shirt. 


And this: 
Update: According to Martin Halloran, president of the Police Officers Association, some 180 people showed up at the event last night, "They weren't there to see me, I can tell you that," he said. The gawking crowds helped to raise more than $2,600, and "at this point money is still coming in," he added. All the cash is being shipped to the Officer Down Fund, which goes toward helping families of officers who died in the line of duty. 

Halloran said the first two raffle ticket winners got to take home Kohrs' sweatshirt and t-shirt — the next five won the chance to dump the water on the Hot Cop and watch him squirm. Afterward, Kohrs socialized with his fans, taking snapshots and shaking hands. 

"He was a real trooper," Halloran said. 


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Erin Sherbert was the Online News Editor for SF Weekly from 2010 to 2015. She's a Texas native and has a closet full of cowboy boots to prove it.

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