Two police officers in South Carolina participated in a "Tits for Tats" charity bikini car wash at a tattoo studio this past Sunday. A male cop from the Moncks Corner Police Department lost his job when photos posted to Facebook revealed that he had allowed his police cruiser to be buffed by women in the near-buff. The officer was off-duty at the time; however, having scantily clad women pose next to an official vehicle is a violation of the department's policy.

A female Berkeley County, S.C., sheriff's deputy was not disciplined, despite the fact that she was actually in a bikini participating in the scrubbing of cars. Apparently, police departments don't have similar policies concerning their female employees moonlighting as the center of attention in bikini events.

All of our sexy-lady-cop fantasies appreciate this distinction.