A popular image of a Coca-Cola police officer, and a Coca cola cop, was posted on social media by the owner of the popular online store “Coca Cola Police.”
It’s a popular image and one that many have commented on.
The photo of a police officer wearing a dark shirt and dark pants was shared on Facebook by “Coco Cola” owner Mark Babbitt.
Babbitt said in a video posted to his Instagram account that he bought the image from a local store in West Hollywood, California.
“I found this picture on the street that looked just like a real police officer,” he said.
This was his first time posting it on Instagram, Babbett said.
“I’m not sure if this is the first time someone has posted this photo, but I think it’s my first time seeing it, and I really appreciate it.
I hope it helps other officers in need.”
Bitt told BuzzFeed News that he was shocked by the response.
“The response was really overwhelming,” he told BuzzFeed.
“And to be honest, I didn’t even know what it was called before posting it.”
“My son and I both saw it, so we were like, ‘What?’
I was like, this is amazing,” he added.
“We didn’t know what to think.
It was pretty surreal, but that’s how the Internet works.”
The image was posted in October 2017, shortly after the death of 19-year-old Black Lives Matter activist Oscar Grant in Los Angeles.
The photo was shared by members of the West Hollywood Police Department, who are known for their “Make It Stop” campaign, which advocates for the criminalization of police brutality and for the release of black men and boys.
According to a Facebook post by West Hollywood police chief Robert L. Prentice, the department received about 100 messages of support after the image was shared.
“West Hollywood police department has responded to this viral image in the name of all the West Humboldt County officers,” Prentice wrote.
“This is a tribute to Oscar Grant.
You will not be deterred by the law enforcement community, as West Hollywood and West Hollywood’s police department is strong.
It is a privilege to serve West Hollywood as your police department.
West Hollywood officers and West Hombres are not afraid to be heard, and we know that our officers have great relationships with the community.””
This image was created by our West Hollywood counterparts to honor Oscar Grant and to recognize the commitment of West Hollywood to make West Hollywood a safe, welcoming place,” Pender wrote.
West Hollywood Police Chief Robert Prentice posted a statement to the department on Instagram.
Coca-Cola Police Chief Brian Hannon posted on Instagram that the post was meant to “celebrate the great work of West Hymans officers and their dedication to community safety.”
A photo of the police officer in the photo was also posted on the West Coast Highway Patrol Facebook page, which is owned by the West Hills police department, in response to the West Angeles Police Department’s tweet about the image.
The West Hills Police Department tweeted out a similar photo earlier this month, featuring officers in uniform with their guns drawn.