"Hot Cop" Of San Francisco Gets His Own Facebook Page
Officer Chris Kohrs, aka the "Hot Cop of the Castro" has been given eternal heartthrob status. No longer confined to local San Francisco lore, the Hot Cop is now available to all of us around the world thanks to a fan who created a Facebook page for the well-known Castro personality.
Kohrs first started causing a stir in the gay press in early May when these photos of him appeared on Towleroad. Shortly thereafter local author Armistead Maupin spotted him and chatted him up on Castro Street, and Logo TV's blog described Kohrs as a "Tom of Finland drawing come to life."
Kohrs joined the SFPD in 2009 as part of the 224th recruit class, and up until 2013, it seems he was an officer assigned to Park Station, serving Upper Haight and Nopa. Sometime recently he must have gotten reassigned to Mission Station, and that's about all we know.
Kohrs, who obviously works out—a lot—has already garnered over 4,000 Likes on the fan page, which includes photos that his many admirers have been taking with him when he's out on patrols, or, in one recent case, grabbing a coffee at the Nordstrom cafe.
Chris may or may not be openly gay himself, but he's been quick to show support for the community, and to acknowledge that he enjoys the Facebook attention. He wrote to the keepers of the fan page last week saying, "I noticed there weren't any pride pics on my page. I think I should have at least one to show my support!" He sent in a photo of himself working at the Civic Center Pride celebration, with a young female fan in a blond wig.
Those of you who found it morally reprehensible to crush on a felon can gush over this one guilt-free!