Spanish police’s CPR training people using the super-sexy CPR video forced to apologize

Police in Spain have been forced to apologize for using “highly erotic” video to demonstrate first aid techniques during a public training course. Chiefs in the northeastern city of Jaca were under fire by several participants after airing the “super sexy” clips at its HQ on Monday. One of the videos, which is freely available on YouTube, shows two models performing CPR in lacy lingerie.

Another clip, to teach people the Heimlich maneuver, shows a half-dressed man squeezing a woman from behind before she turns around for a cuddle

Police bosses claimed those enrolled in the course were told beforehand that they would be seeing images of women in underwear.

But, since the backlash, they have said sorry for using the videos – which were initially created to promote the Fortnight lingerie brand, Publico reports. “We apologize for showing these videos, which were inappropriate,” a source told local newspaper Heraldo de Aragón. “The videos won’t be used again,” he added.

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