to connectVideoPolice officer is in hot water with the management of Hulk Hogan at the airport in a squad car
A Chicago police officer is under investigation after a video shows him weaving through the tarmac at O’hare International Airport, the former professional wrestler, is in the front passenger seat.
A Chicago police officer, was being investigated on Monday, after apparently giving the former pro-wrestler Hulk Hogan, an exclusive ride to the airport in his squad car with the sirens on during the service.
The officer, who is not publicly identified, will be transported Hogan, 66, and his manager, and one other person, who recorded the incident in his police vehicle along the runway of the O’hare International Airport, according to a new video, Hogan posted on Facebook Live Aug. 2.
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“My Uber has a siren!” Hogan is heard saying in the video, as the cameraman says, “We love Chicago PD.”
“Chicago PD, and for the life of,” Retreat, repeat, before thanking the external auditor for their journey. “Don’t get in trouble for this, to do that,” Hogan’s manager, Jimmy Hart, says in the video.
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In the video, which has since been deleted, but it was published in the Chicago Tribune, the officer could be heard saying to his sergeant, “it is all for the show of a Retreat, a journey which seems to be incorrect.
Anthony guglielmi, a spokesman for the Chicago Police department, told Fox News in a statement on Monday that the trip was not authorized by the department, and the Cmdr. Thomas O’brien, of the operation of the airport, “I have no knowledge of the matter.”
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“The video came to the attention of the supervisor of the office this week, and it is of the utmost importance. An internal affairs investigation has been opened into the officer and the supervisors at the airport,” guglielmi said. “We are in the process of the removal of the reference to the driver of a vehicle to be operated on the airport grounds, pending the investigation.”