Spanish police apologize for erotic CPR video
People were offended by the "Super Sexy CPR" video, forcing the department to apologize
By Lee Morgan
New York Daily News
JACA, Spain — Police in Spain have been forced to apologize for using "highly erotic" video to demonstrate first aid techniques during a public training course.
Chiefs in the northeastern city of Jaca were under fire by several participants after airing the "super sexy" clips at its HQ on Monday.
"We apologize for showing these videos, which were inappropriate," a source told local newspaper Heraldo de Aragón. "The videos won't be used again," he added.
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