Female police officers in London could be told to...
Pull their weight better?
...wear hairnets again, as an incoming chief says a smart uniform plays a key part in public confidence in the force.
Dame Lynne Owens, who takes over as deputy commissioner next month, criticised 'inconsistent hairstyles worn on duty' and suggested that standards of dress for all serving officers in the Met would be examined.
Christ, wasn't Cressida Dick bad enough? We have to have this mad bint in the (thankfully temporary) hotseat to trash what's left of the Met's reputation?
If that's even possible...
The force is currently in special measures due 'systemic' failings, officers were found to have shared 'grossly offensive' messages in a WhatsApp group with Wayne Couzens and recently a mother recorded one officer telling her 'I'd like to search you'.
When Dame Lynne posted the photo, a user questioned her priorities, to which she replied: 'I honestly believe the two are connected. Of course the primary measure is public service.'
No, the primary measure is to root out the bad apples who see being a police officer as a fast route to ripping off the public.