"Hot Cop of the Castro" Doing "Ice Bucket Challenge" for Charity - NBC Bay Area

"Hot Cop of the Castro" Doing "Ice Bucket Challenge" for Charity

Ice bucket challenge? Nope. The Castro's buff policeman is doing one better



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    San Francisco Police Officer Chris Kohrs, the Hot Cop of the Castro.

    Officer Chris Korhs of the San Francisco Police Department -- also known as the "Hot Cop of the Castro" will be participating in the "Ice Bucket Challenge" to raise money for charity, according to SFist.

    For $30, you can witness the 36-year-old cop in person, "wearing something skimpy and having buckets of ice thrown on him" at The Cafe, the website reported. The show will benefit the Officer Down Foundation, a charity that helps family members of police officers killed in the line of duty.

    The show may also benefit those who qualify as "top contributors" to the cause -- they'll receive a vaguely-defined extra-special bonus in "helping" Korhs prepare for the evening, Castro Biscuit reported.

    It all goes down at 6 p.m. on Aug. 18.

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