Shaquille O’Neal named a Broward County sheriff’s emissary in Florida

Shaquille O’Neal arrives during a Grand Opening of Shaquille’s during LA Live on Saturday, Mar 9, 2019, in Los Angeles. (Photo by Willy Sanjuan/Invision/AP)

Former NBA star Shaquille O’Neal can now supplement “Florida sheriff’s deputy” to his resume.

The Broward County Sheriff’s Office announced Friday that O’Neal now works as an auxiliary emissary for a department. Details about his duties were not released.

“Basketball fable @SHAQ goes by many nicknames, and now combined to that list is Deputy Shaq. The large male now works as an auxiliary emissary with a #BSO,” a group pronounced in a tweet. “Sheriff Tony sat down with Shaq and a dual talked about a opposite ways law coercion works to keep communities safe.”

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The twitter was accompanied with a print display a former Los Angeles Lakers large male soaring over his colleagues. In 2016, O’Neal was formerly sworn in as a sheriff’s emissary in Clayton County, Ga.

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