Police officer John is half a meter taller than colleague Monique

 
Police officer John is half a meter taller than colleague Monique
Police officers will, as police in Queensland, Australia points out, come in many shapes and sizes.

Yesterday they posted a picture of the two colleagues John and Monique from Cairns on Facebook, and the response has been some tens of thousands of likes and thumbs in the air.

John is namely 206 cm tall, and more than half a meter taller than Monique at 155 cm. The two are not partners normally, but still constantly work together on different assignments, writes the Australian police on their own website.

- This dynamic duo can in spite of the height difference be seen patrolling the streets of Cairns, they write.

They point out that none of them have experienced any specific problems in their daily work because of their physics, but that John naturally must bow his head not to knock it in the door frame entering into people's homes.

Asked by one of Queensland Police's followers on Facebook about why John is a policeman and not a pro basketball player, they, with a smiley, say that they got hold of him first. Another follower says: - I've heard of "good cop / bad cop", but not "big cop / small cop."

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