Towering above 3 Orange County Sheriff’s Office deputies in a black polo and blue jeans, basketball star Shaquille O’Neal acted in a print posted to a agency’s Twitter comment Saturday morning.
The Sheriff’s Office posted a print about 9 a.m., observant “you never know who’s going to stop by a OCSO.” The group pronounced a officers in a design with O’Neal are recruiters for a Sheriff’s Office.
The print was taken Friday, when O’Neal attended a rite during a agency’s domicile where Sheriff Jerry Demings swore in 17 new deputies, Sheriff’s Office mouthpiece Jane Watrel said. O’Neal was there to support a crony who was sworn in as a haven deputy.
“Shaq was friendly adequate to poise for cinema with many of his fans who were in assemblage to see a desired one turn an Orange County deputy,” Watrel said. “Our recruiters were anxious that he took a design with them by a orange recruiting vehicle.”
The former Orlando Magic actor has had a prolonged story of ancillary law enforcement, campaigning in 2004 for crony Sandy Carpenter in a Lake County Sheriff’s race. O’Neal was also sworn in as a emissary policeman about 8 months ago to a Clayton County (Ga.) Sheriff’s Office.
The 7-foot-1 O’Neal has voiced seductiveness in using for policeman in 2020, though hasn’t pronounced where. O’Neal has a home in Orange County’s Isleworth area and another nearby Atlanta, so he has residency in both Florida and Georgia.
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