SPF Post TikTok Video of Good-looking Policewomen for International Women’s Day


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Thirst traps are plentiful on TikTok, but you wouldn’t expect one from the Singapore Police Force’s (SPF) official account.

For International Women’s Day, though, SPF posted a video of a few good-looking policewomen on TikTok, drawing thirsty comments from netizens and generating 3,265 likes in 13 hours.

@singaporepoliceforce Don’t let your childhood memes be dreams. #internationalwomensday #iwd #imjustakid #singaporepoliceforce #fyp #foryoupage #tiktoksg #safeguardingeveryday ♬ original sound – Singapore Police Force

Here’s all you need to know.

The Video Itself

The video features three policewomen clad in neatly-pressed uniforms, with the song “I’m Just A Kid” by Canadian pop-punk band Simple Plan playing in the background.

It follows closely to a TikTok trend using the same sound, usually offering a childhood throwback by reliving childhood memories. 

Each policewoman smiles for the camera and poses, before the video cuts to a picture of them as a child in a similar pose.

It’s tagged with #internationalwomensday and the SPF’s slogan #safeguardingeveryday.

It even features an iconic caption- “Don’t let your childhood memes be dreams.”

The Three Policewomen

Opening the video is INSP Stephanie Lim, a Ground Response Force Officer, who waves to the camera with a smile in a police car.

Image: TikTok (@singaporepoliceforce)

She then puts her hands on the wheel and poses, before the video cuts to a picture of her as a child holding a toy steering wheel.


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Image: TikTok (@singaporepoliceforce)

Apart from the wildly different hairstyles, the similarity is striking. 

Next in line is SI Nurulhuda, a Public Communications Officer. It starts with her smiling (of course) while holding a yellow envelope, seemingly discussing something with someone off-camera. 

She passes the envelope to said person and poses with her hands on her laptop, looking into the camera. 

Image: TikTok (@singaporepoliceforce)

The scene then cuts to the kid version of her, holding out her hands similarly, but on top of a pillow this time. Looks like even pretty policewomen are subject to the never-ending corporate grind. 

Image: TikTok (@singaporepoliceforce)

Last up is SSS Yuvarani, a Ground Response Force Officer, who’s typing something at her desk. After a few seconds, she looks in the camera and flashes a small pout, a cheeky contrast from the previous bright smiles.

Image: TikTok (@singaporepoliceforce)

A picture of her as a child is then shown, where she’s pouting in the same fashion.

Image: TikTok (@singaporepoliceforce)

 The Comments Section

The comments are largely enthusiastic, with people expressing excitement, approval, or just… thirsting over the video.

A concerning number of people begged to be arrested, in true simp fashion.

Image: TikTok (@Dom Yjh)
Image: TikTok (@Shaquille_outmeal)

One even adds that they’ll supply handcuffs.

Image: TikTok (@myPeachesOutinGeorgia)

Maybe the video might even raise the crime rate:


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Image: TikTok (@Hatake Kakashi)
Image: TikTok (@Follow me)

Someone even offers to sabo their friend (where’s the bro code??).

Image: TikTok (@username3348482837)

Others take a more “moral” route and decide they’d rather join SPF than be a criminal.

Image: TikTok (@Ed)
Image: TikTok (@Muthuman)

There’s no shortage of comments calling them beautiful either.

Image: TikTok (@Mohamed Feroze)

Some more “practical” netizens praise SPF’s marketing strategy, saying their marketing formula is on point.

Image: TikTok (@MTM)
Image: TikTok (@Keith Lee)

And lastly, a commenter posts something I think we can agree on, thanking the SPF for keeping the country safe. 

Image: TikTok (@CliqCliq74)