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Women call BS after LAPD cop claims someone put a tampon in his Starbucks’ Frappuccino

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An off-duty Los Angeles Police Department cop stopped by Starbucks at a Target to grab a Frappuccino and found something inside he claimed was a used tampon.

Reporter Bill Melugin from FOX LA, said in a Twitter thread that he and the LAPD are investigating the situation and getting video of the incident.

“This disgusting assault on a police officer was carried out by someone with hatred in their heart and who lacks human decency,” said the Los Angeles Police Protective League in a statement. “We hope they are publicly exposed, fired, arrested, and prosecuted for their cowardly and repugnant actions.”

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But as one woman pointed out, that’s not a tampon.

“For a while this morning I kept thinking to myself, ‘did a reporter put in this much work and not even realize this isn’t a tampon?'” she tweeted

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It sent many into laughing at both the male reporter and the LAPD officers. In nearly every case where an officer claimed something was put in their food or they were attacked by a fast-food worker, it was proved to be an accident or the officer did it to him or herself. So, many are questioning the validity of the claim.

See the tweets below:

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https://twitter.com/AngryBlackLady/status/1275461938881769473

https://twitter.com/AngryBlackLady/status/1275460101365612544

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https://twitter.com/lelechir/status/1275328047823159297


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