Was Kristina Negodina a Moscow Russian cop unfairly fired after a video of her sultry dancing went viral on social media? Pledges to fight dismissal.
It seems Russia’s police force is not one for indiscreet behavior, whether on off the clock. Case in point, Moscow Metro police officer Kristina Negodina who was fired after a sultry video of the cop dancing was released on social media.
Notes a report via the dailystar: In the clip the busty brunette is wearing a figure-hugging low-cut black top and skintight leggings with crisscross holes along the thighs.
She begins the video saying to the camera: “Hi colleagues, I have decided to create a trade union, now watch me dancing.”
She then stands back and performs a sensual dance, gyrating and staring into the camera, before blowing a kiss.
The video allegedly was filmed in Kristina Negodina’s apartment with viewers wondering if our collective vixen may have been drunk or even high at the time.
Needless to say, by the time the video began to get rerun airplay, the Moscow police officer found herself getting fired. Something that Kristina wasn’t too particularly thrilled about.
Retaliated our collective Moscow vixen online: ‘I was fired because of a violation of discipline.
‘I posted the video in a private community on Facebook, all community members were police officers.’
‘There is nothing vulgar in the video,‘ she wrote.
Since being fired, Kristina Negodina pledged that she would be filing a complaint while telling she would take the matter to court if need be to get her job back.
To boot, the Moscow police officer denies being on drugs in the video and reckons she has undergone blood tests to prove it.
Interestingly the star’s mishaps echo that of a Mexican police officer, Nidia Garcia who also came to be sanctioned and eventually forced off the force (but in her case, there was substantial off the record misbehavior going on….).
Not to mind, latest updates reveal that the Mexican cop has since picked up a new modeling career which has seen them line around the corner to see her perform. Maybe something for Kristina to think about, not that she would be shy of wanton fans.
What do you think? Did Russian police go overboard in firing one cop and is what one does behind closed doors their own private business? Even if they choose to share it on social media?