Sydsjællands and Lolland-Falster Police, was on Sunday shortly after noon much attention on Twitter, according to a person with access to the police's Twitter account has shared an op-ed from B. T. written by Annette Heick.
the featured article is titled 'Raw sex right up in the screen - I don't comprehend it'.
But after a good half hour with the likes and wondering comments, the police have chosen to remove tweetet again, informs vicepolitisinpektør Allan Holm to Ekstra Bladet.
- Immediately we think not, that this is a debate, we need to mix us in, explains Allan Holm on the reason to remove tweetet.
Allan Holm says further, that it amazes the management of the local police, to the featured article at all has been shared. You will now proceed to examine, whether it is one of the limited number of officers with access to the account, which may by mistake have come to share the featured article, or for other reasons may lie behind.
In the featured article says Annette Heick among other things, that it amazes her that the young people in a program such as 'Ex on the Beach' have sex for the rolling cameras. She tells that it is her opinion that the young 15-year-old boys being afraid of girls, there moans and cries and the use of terminology drawn from pornoverdenen.
at the same time calls for she, that attitudes to celebrity-persons involved in allegations of sexual harassment, is not so black-and-white, but that you also may have allowed to remain neutral.
Allan Holm tells that Sydsjællands and Lolland-Falster Police usually do not convey the attitudes from the people.
- It is fine with the debate on sexual debut and borders, but a blog post in a newspaper is usually not something we involve ourselves in, Allan explains Holm.
- It is a harmless post, and there is nothing wrong with the content, but usually, we keep us to convey evidence-based information, " explains Allan Holm.
Allan Holm will not deny, that the police's Twitter account may have been hacked by an outside.
- But it is also a possibility that one of the few employees who actually have access to the Twitter account, might have come to take the errors of his own and the police's Twitter account. We will investigate, but we can probably not come up with an answer Sunday, says Allan Holm.
Before the police chose to remove the tweetet was B. T.'s digital chief among them, who had on both sides but the police sharing on Twitter.