San Francisco’s ‘hot cop’ goes viral

07/11/2014 9:12 AM

So one minute you’re just doing your job as one of San Francisco’s finest and the next you’re an Internet darling. Meet police officer Chris Kohrs, San Francisco’s “hot cop of Castro.”

How hot is he?

Here’s how The Daily Beast’s Itay Hod breathlessly described his arresting good looks.

“San Francisco police officer Chris Kohrs is hotter than the devil's backside on an August day in Georgia. At 36, and almost six-feet tall, Kohrs looks like he just stepped out of a GQ centerfold. He’s upsettingly handsome, he’s got one of those smiles you see in toothpaste commercials and a body that would make Mario Lopez run to the gym.”

The hysteria around Kohrs began when writer and amateur photographer Mark Abramson took some iPhone photos of the officer guarding a construction zone in The Castro, San Francisco’s historic gay neighborhood.

Abramson reportedly posted the photos on Facebook where they kept getting reposted and reposted and reposted and, well, you get the idea.

Soon, people started posing with Kohrs for their own photos.

A Facebook page dedicated to the six-year veteran has gathered more than 24,000 likes over the last couple of weeks.

He’s so busy chasing down bad guys that Kohrs himself isn’t even on Facebook.

His moment in the sun comes on the heels of all that slobbering over the so-called “hot felon” Jeremy Meeks, who is now just one big giant “meh.”

By all accounts Officer Cuff-Me is charming, nice and an all-around great guy.

And he’s straight, single and has no kids, CNN pointed out in a hard-hitting investigation into the case.

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