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L A Traffic Officers Gone Wild (Rated S, for Stupid)

PORN COPS - The budding porn film careers of two Los Angeles traffic officers could launch a series worthy of pitching on a late night cable or satellite channel near you, right after the ShamWow commercial.

If the mayor were smart, he’d sign a deal with Joe Francis for distribution rights for the recently surfaced videos of the two traffic officers combining duty with booty.

The DVD sales in Los Angeles could raise enough tax revenue to close the city’s deficit.  Villaraigosa’s “Shop LA” program could become a serious marketing strategy rather than the baseless hype it is today, and actually put those sales tax dollars to work restoring services.

As one who recently received a ticket for parking during street cleaning hours, I’d like to know how long the officers’ vehicles were parked while they issued or received a few violations of their own making.

I hoped they asked for the IDs of the performers to assure they were of age.  That would have been the responsible thing to do.

(Paul Hatfield is a CPA and serves as Treasurer for the Neighborhood Council Valley Village.  He blogs at Village to Village and can be reached at: )    -cw

Vol 9 Issue 35
Pub: May 3, 2011