TIK DOCK: Stunning Cop Docked Wages Over Raunchy TikTok Vids Handling Guns

A stunning cop has been punished by officials over her raunchy TikTok posts showing her handling guns.

Stunning Ruana Pedrosa Andrade regularly delights her 291,000 TikTok followers with clips of her dancing, working out at the gym, or handling a plethora of firearms.

But shots of her using weapons, as well as others of her in uniform, have apparently angered her superiors at the Pernambuco Civil Police in north-eastern Brazil.

This led Ruana being told yesterday (Tuesday, 6th December) that she would be suspended for 14 days.

Her punishment has since been changed to a fine worth half her wages, forcing her to remain in service during the period of disciplinary action.

According to official documents, she was punished for negligence in fulfilling her duties, providing the public with information about investigations and other points of police interest, as well as “events that occurred in the department”.

The Department of Public Safety alleged that some of Ruana’s videos were “possibly” made “in Pernambuco Civil Police units’ premises during working hours”.

It said her behaviour was “non-compliant with expected standards” and that she had neglected “her duties to uphold the dignity of the police’s mission”.

The Pernambuco Civil Police Officers’ Union has described Ruana’s punishment as “over the top”.

It described her as an “exemplary” public servant, with union president Rafael Cavalcanti saying: “We are going to follow this case and we may even file legal measures to support the policewoman.”

Civil Police officer Ruana Pedrosa Andrade pictured in a TikTok video in her uniform using her badge and weapons, undated. The police officer received a disciplinary penalty of suspension of 14 days for disclosing ‘facts that occurred in the department’, negligence in the fulfilment of her duties and for giving public knowledge of ‘information about investigations and services of police interest’, in Pernambuco, Brazil. (@ruanapedrosa/Newsflash )

Ruana told local media she would discuss the matter with lawyers.