Avid Fortnite gamers probably know Sergeant Leanne Carr. Aside from being a police officer, this gamer has also made a reputation for herself online using the name ‘The Pineapple Queen”.
As it appears, Carr, decided to make some extra bucks while she was on a sick leave. Her way of earning money, however, has sparked some controversy and has divided netizens’ opinions.
While on sick leave, Sergeant Leanne Carr livestreams herself playing Fortnite while wearing skimpy outfits.
The cop-slash-gamer is known by her followers as ‘The Pineapple Queen’ and she often wears a pineapple bikini and other racy outfits while playing.
Fans donate money as they watch Carr play the popular video game.
According to LadBible, the female cop went on a sick leave “as a result of stress caused by an internal misconduct inquiry.” She has since returned on duty and the police department has confirmed the problem has already been dealt with.
Carr has gained criticism for her saucy social media posts.
Although she is now back in her job as a cop in Lincolnshire, Carr has been at the receiving end of criticisms from people attacking her for her choice of outfits. Some are saying it isn’t appropriate for a police officer, even when she’s on a leave, to post topless photos of herself while on vacation.
Meanwhile, officers from the police department were quick to defend Carr, saying they know about her social media activity and would not hesitate to investigate and act “if standards are breached.”
Detective Superintendent Suzanne Davies clarified:
“When an officer is absent due to illness, regular contact is maintained and they are entitled to do as they wish, including going on holiday, as long as it does not prohibit their return to work as soon as possible.”
“I am satisfied this officer returned as soon as she was able,” Davies aded.
Although she’s already back at work, Carr still manages to livestream her games via Twitch.
“If you really feel I deserve it please feel free to send anything,” says her Twitch profile.
Preacher Backtracks After Asking Followers To Buy Him $54 Million Private Jet
He has some words to say for critics who bashed him after he asked donations to buy the expensive private jet.
Jesse Duplantis has become a household name lately after one of his videos gained controversial reaction from the public. In the now-viral clip, the TV evangelist (and founder of Jesse Duplantis Ministries) pleaded with his followers to buy him a very expensive private jet during his weekly program.
The aircraft, a Dassault Falcon 7X, is worth $54 million and as can be expected, the preacher has immediately been criticized for it. This is despite him saying that he “needs” the new plane so he can “preach the gospel all over the world” in “one stop”.
After the public outrage, Jesse Duplantis is now backtracking from his earlier statements – well, at least a little!
Restaurant Bans 3yo Armless Boy Because He Eats Using His Feet
The mother complained her son was discriminated “for not having arms.”
One branch of the popular IHOP pancake restaurant has recently gone controversial after one mother complained about the way her disabled son was treated while they were at the store.
Apparently, William Bancroft, who was only 3 years of age, didn’t have arms and the restaurant’s general manager had and issue with that.
3-year-old William Bancroft is doing his best to live a normal life, despite having no arms.
Poor Man Who’s Rejected Repeatedly For Trying To Buy Lamborghini Stuns Agent With His Ride
They were left stunned when he actually bought a supercar.
No matter how much you believe that appearances are not everything, you can't deny that in some industries, your look matters a lot. Take for instance car dealerships -- more often than not, they'll always be on a lookout for customers who drop by only to take a free spin of supercars or even waste their time by chatting only to take selfies with the luxury vehicles.
The thing is a lot of rich guys who can actually afford don't really look the part. Maxman TV managed to show proof through a social experiment that there are car dealers who would easily turn away potential customers just by judging them by appearance.