“In which course do they teach you to assault minorities? Asking for a friend.”
As more brands, institutions and even government bodies attempt to dip their toes into the youth-infested pool that is TikTok, an avalanche of PR disasters awaits around every corner.
In just a few short months of activity on the platform, the NSW Police have been called out for blocking users who raise awareness of their misconduct…
Creating grossly inappropriate content that glorifies police brutality…
While some ~zesty, hip beatz~ play softly in the background, the on-screen talent (who looks a little like he could be ScoMo’s cousin?) talks us through the application process — in unrelenting detail.
In the comments section, NSW Police gave a little further insight into the salary, benefits and training times you can expect:
Predictably, Aussies spared no time absolutely rinsing the NSW Police for the video:
But you tell me — what do you think of this recruitment strategy? Does it seem normal enough for a government body? Or does it give you cringe-worthy dystopia vibes? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!