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Some Canadian Cops Shared Their Blow Job Conversation With Everyone

Like a butt dial, but so much worse.

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On Monday night, Winnipeg's skies were filled with the majestic sight of the northern lights and, apparently, the far less majestic sound of some cops talking about their sex lives.

Pilots in the Winnipeg police helicopter having a conversation with their loudspeaker on. Pretty funny to hear. #Winnipeg #wpgpolice

Around 9:30 p.m. Monday, several Winnipeg residents reported hearing what was clearly meant to be a private conversation being broadcasted over the speaker of a police helicopter.

Media outlets have reported the conversation as "x-rated" and "off colour," but let's just be frank: they were talking about blow jobs, according to this Twitter user.

Does the #Winnipeg chopper realize the entire West End can hear their convo about blow jobs right now? @winnipeg311 #speakerphone #whoops

And something about body hair.

@PatOndabak @afixedaddress the only other words we could discern were "....too much body hair."

Hey, helicopter cops, don't impose your grooming standards on the populace.

@kmacwpg Seriously! West End Livin' having a backyard hang out with the gals and the megaphone on that chopper was loud and clear.

Umm... @wpgpolice ya might want to tell the helicopter they are broadcasting. Sounds like an interesting conversation between the 2 guys :)

So my teenager just told me the police helicopter is broadcasting their business. I thought he was crazy, but... #speakerphone #winnipeg

On Tuesday, the Winnipeg Police Service issued a statement to "sincerely apologize to all members of the public, especially those who overheard the broadcast."

"On June 22, 2015, at approximately 9:30 p.m., members of the Winnipeg Police Service Helicopter AIR1, while on routine patrol, inadvertently activated the aircraft's public address system. As a result, the flight crew's conversation was publically broadcast; some content of the conversation was inappropriate.

The involved members were not able to hear the public address system from within the aircraft. They became aware their conversation had been broadcast and immediately turned the system off."

The "incident" is now under review.

It seems most likely the cops in question shared their chat by accident. Or this.

So I hear Police Academy 8 is currently being filmed in winnipeg?! ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜… #winnipeg #helicopter

Lauren Strapagiel is Managing Editor for BuzzFeed News and is based in Toronto, Canada.

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