The criminal she took down was nonwhite. He was a gypsy to be specific.
Mikaela Kellner, arguably Sweden’s most famous police officer, has quit her job after eleven years on the force. Kellner rose to international fame last summer for arresting a thief wearing only a bikini. Her resignation may strike a blow to the public image of Sweden’s police, which has suffered recently.
In 2015, Mikaela Kellner made international headlines and was dubbed ‘Bikini police’ and ‘Swedish ninja’ for assisting in the arrest of a thief in a park in Stockholm while off-duty. The fact that she was wearing a bikini instead of her police uniform did not stop her from intervening and pinning the bewildered would-be pickpocket to the ground.
She’s muscular because she works out, including lifting weights.
Kellner’s bikini feat was hailed by strangers, colleagues and friends alike, and the fearless policewoman quickly rose to national fame, which culminated in a call from Swedish Interior Minister Anders Ygeman and an invitation to have lunch at Rosenbad, Sweden’s seat of government.
However, the supportive publicity did not prevent Mikaela from quitting.
“The main reason is that I’ve not felt comfortable with the recent [police] reorganization. I do not think that personnel are being treated fairly, as they should,” a dismayed Mikaela Kellner told the Swedish tabloid newspaper Expressen. Kellner explained that she became weary of her job as a police officer after eleven years in uniform. However, she admitted that it had been a hard choice.
“[Being a police officer] has become a bit like a second identity, and I feel bad about not doing a good job,” Kellner told Expressen.
She started with taking a year’s leave to ponder future options. For now, she intends to focus more on her work as a personal trainer.
Given the nonwhite invasion of Sweden by parasitic scum, the country is going to miss having a strong woman police officer out there pushing the Muzzies around when they think they can take on a woman and easily win.
Good luck to Mikaela in her new career and good luck to Sweden, especially to all Swedish women.