Glamour model cop sacked after posting TikTok video on-duty holding her gun

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A glamour model-turned-police officer has been sacked after bosses came across TikTok videos she'd posted on-duty that showed her brandishing her gun.

One of the videos in question saw the Spanish model holding her gun up and smiling as she raced to a real armed robbery, with the weapon fully drawn.

Yolanda Moll previously worked posing semi-naked for saucy magazines, before deciding to venture into law enforcement.

The 40-year-old, from Esparreguera, near Barcelona, loved the limelight, having appeared on a Spanish dating show called Adam and Eve, where contestants are required to get fully naked.

She also loved filming pranks and other bizarre videos for her social media accounts, which previously landed her in hot water with her employers.

However, her recent gun prank and other bizarre videos such as her burping and singing rap tunes in uniform finally landed her the boot.

Yolanda had been suspended for a month without pay after the armed robbery footage of her went viral.

The TikTok video showed her clutching a pistol in her patrol car screaming: “Hold-up in a Mercadona supermarket, I don’t want to die”.

Speaking about the clip, Yolanda said: “It was a video I had filmed for me and a colleague decided to publish but it’s not that serious.

“I fulfilled my duty when I got to the scene. I didn’t enter the supermarket with my phone camera on.

"What I did before that is my business.”

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Mum-of-one Yolanda previously worked as a topless model for once of Spain's best selling men's interest magazines, Interviu.

The magazine has now gone under, but the gorgeous model decided she'd train up in the force for a career change.

However, following a full council vote over the TikTok video's content, she was told to leave.

Esparreguera mayor Eduard Rivas has said Yolanda' actions are “deplorable” and said the sacking decision showed “political unity in defence of the values and the ethical code town hall workers and local police should maintain”.

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Shown alongside the model in the clip is one of her colleagues, who was also holding a gun, and they have been suspended for four years and seven months.

A town hall source has revealed: “Some locals might have loved the idea of getting on the wrong side of Yolanda when she was in uniform, but she wasn’t an asset with the way she was behaving.”

An angry local raged under the TikTok before Yolanda got her marching orders: "People like this shouldn't be allowed to keep their job, they're an insult."

Yolanda's videos have since been deleted from her social media platforms.

  • Spain
  • Police
  • TikTok

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