Cop who gave boss lap dance fires back at trolls with brutal six-word shutdown

A hot cop who made headlines for giving her married boss a lap dance has fired back at trolls with a brutal six-word shutdown.

Vera Mekuli’s raunchy dancing was caught on camera at a New York Police Department Christmas party, launching her to infamy.

NYPD chiefs ordered Lt. Nick McGarry's transfer from the 44th Precinct to the Transit Bureau after footage of the festival bash on December 16 went viral.

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And since then the 28-year-old has attracted hordes of admirers, and her fair share of trolls – two of whom decided to take a nibble at her last week.

Revealing her new hair colour, Mekuli posted on Instagram with the caption "leave em on red".

As is customary when she posts, dozens of adoring fans flocked to the comment section to show the love.

However, as is also customary when she posts, a gaggle of haters reared their ugly heads, doubting people's assertions that Mekuli and her new do looked "fire".

"Filtered AF," wrote one bloke, emboldening another hater who chimed in with: "Lol right? All these comments talking about [fire emojis] lol."

But Mekuli remained calm and fired back, ripping the two men to shreds with: "Yet you both still follow me."

The first of the haters responded again, writing harshly: "Train wrecks are entertaining".

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The second bloke said: "Clown shows are entertaining".

Recently Mekuli also posted celebrating her birthday in with a saucy snap that flaunts her curves.

In the photo, Vera can be seen holding a bouquet of red roses in a vase and a pink balloon with the words "Happy birthday" emblazoned across the front, and striking up a pose in a form-fitting beige skirt and black top.

"If Aries was a person #birthdaygirl," she wrote, followed by a horned devil emoji.

Her thousands of fans have also made calls for her to launch an OnlyFans account after asking her thousands of admirers to send her cash online but has been urged to consider an alternative way of raking it in.

On one of her posts, Vera took the opportunity to remind her followers that "donations" are "appreciated" via the services Cashapp and Venmo.


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