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A Swedish police officer was sunbathing in her bikini when she and another woman pulled a suspected thief to the ground and she arrested him.

The event occurred in Stockholm, Sweden and the photo of Mikaela Kellner in her bikini and her female friend pinning the man to the ground has gone viral.

She said she would do it again if she had to. Kellner said she did not hesitate at all to make the arrest while she was in a bikini.

Kellner added, “If I had been naked I would have intervened as well.”

“My first intervention while wearing a bikini during my 11 years as a police officer,” she posted on Instagram.

As reported by the AP, Kellner and three of her friends were sunbathing in a park in the Swedish city when a homeless man approached them. He was selling newspapers.

One of Kellner’s friends noticed that her phone was missing after the man left, according to the Aftonbladet, a newspaper in Sweden.

David Klinger posted on Kellner’s Facebook page about competing with her in the 2015 World Police and Fire Games and said she is an “amazing athlete. He said she came in first place in the “Toughest Competitor Alive” event.

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On 7/31/2016 at 11:21 PM, silentbob1272 said:

 

If you have to tell everyone you did a good deed, it doesn't really count as a good deed.

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5 hours ago, Vogelgryff said:

A Swedish police officer was sunbathing in her bikini when she and another woman pulled a suspected thief to the ground and she arrested him.

The event occurred in Stockholm, Sweden and the photo of Mikaela Kellner in her bikini and her female friend pinning the man to the ground has gone viral.

She said she would do it again if she had to. Kellner said she did not hesitate at all to make the arrest while she was in a bikini.

Kellner added, “If I had been naked I would have intervened as well.”

“My first intervention while wearing a bikini during my 11 years as a police officer,” she posted on Instagram.

As reported by the AP, Kellner and three of her friends were sunbathing in a park in the Swedish city when a homeless man approached them. He was selling newspapers.

One of Kellner’s friends noticed that her phone was missing after the man left, according to the Aftonbladet, a newspaper in Sweden.

David Klinger posted on Kellner’s Facebook page about competing with her in the 2015 World Police and Fire Games and said she is an “amazing athlete. He said she came in first place in the “Toughest Competitor Alive” event.

Mikaela-Kellner-640x480.jpg

Dayum, I never commit my crimes in the right places...

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7 hours ago, Vogelgryff said:

A Swedish police officer was sunbathing in her bikini when she and another woman pulled a suspected thief to the ground and she arrested him.

The event occurred in Stockholm, Sweden and the photo of Mikaela Kellner in her bikini and her female friend pinning the man to the ground has gone viral.

She said she would do it again if she had to. Kellner said she did not hesitate at all to make the arrest while she was in a bikini.

Kellner added, “If I had been naked I would have intervened as well.”

“My first intervention while wearing a bikini during my 11 years as a police officer,” she posted on Instagram.

As reported by the AP, Kellner and three of her friends were sunbathing in a park in the Swedish city when a homeless man approached them. He was selling newspapers.

One of Kellner’s friends noticed that her phone was missing after the man left, according to the Aftonbladet, a newspaper in Sweden.

David Klinger posted on Kellner’s Facebook page about competing with her in the 2015 World Police and Fire Games and said she is an “amazing athlete. He said she came in first place in the “Toughest Competitor Alive” event.

Mikaela-Kellner-640x480.jpg

that is a homeless guy?

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