La Firefighter Accused of Wiping Butt With Vaccine Mandate Letter That Was Handed to Him

A firefighter from Los Angeles is under investigation for his response to the city’s vaccine rule. The anonymous LAFD employee, who had been provided with a non-compliance letter from the fire department, pulled down his pants and rubbed his bum with it, before leaving it on the floor. 

Reportedly, the event happened at Fire Station 69 in Pacific Palisades.

Terminable Offense

The Los Angeles Stentorians, who portray the African American firefighters in the city, described the incident as a “terminable” crime.

In a statement, they said, “The LA City Stentorians are sickened and disgusted by this horrific display of unprofessionalism.”

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It was reported by the LA Times that the additional measures had also been taken by The Stentorians by requesting the mayor of the City, City council, and fire commission for taking prompt actions against the act. The spokeswoman of LAFD stated that the department is taking the response of firefighters seriously.

LA firefighter

An LAFD spokesperson told the LA Times that “No matter how our members react, all city employees must abide by the city ordinance — either file for an exemption, get vaccinated, or face termination.”

More responses were received from Jimmie Woods-Gray, the president of the fire commission, who was “beyond appalled.”

Firefighter on a Paid Administrative Leave

Currently, the unknown firefighter has been put on paid administrative leave. The new vaccination mandate in the city seeks all employees to sign compliance notices.

The employees who are still waiting to get their vaccinations against COVID-19 or need exemptions must have to give evidence of vaccination by the 18th of December. Those who deny adhering must not be paid and be taken off duty.

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