'Germany's most beautiful policewoman' given the ultimatum of either quitting work or modelling
Now back in August we brought you the story of Germany's most beautiful policewoman, and boy was it a good one.
Adrienne Koleszár, 34, from Dresden, Germany, was intent on moving to America to follow her dreams of becoming a model - after becoming a breakout star on Instagram. The blonde beauty's former day job was chasing leads and arresting criminals, but after she clocked off from the station she was a social media influencer with a staggering 560,000 followers. Not bad for a humble officer, eh?
Earlier in the year she decided to take a six month sabbatical to move to America, and was due back as a police officer on January 1, 2019.
Speaking about her new life in the states in a video from July, Koleszár had this to say:
"I will not receive any compensation from the Free State of Saxony, live on my savings and on my social media activities."
But things seem to have soured for Adrienne since her move abroad; after attending a meeting with her superiors recently she has been told she has been told she must return to work full time in January, or quit. A pretty damning ultimatum if you ask me.
Speaking to German magazine Bild, Koleszár admitted that she'd rather continue both lines of work - but sadly that no longer seems to be an option. This may be in part to the fact that according to German media, the state of Saxony is in desperate need of police officers and are currently looking to fill 1,000 positions in the force. A small indication as to why the police are not keen for Koleszár to simply bask in the glow of her thousands of followers.
According to reports the influencer has until Monday to decide whether she wants to stick or twist. Continue a life of chasing felons and filling out forms, or set sail for the Caribbean and spend hours crafting the perfect Instagram post? Sadly I'm not blessed with Adrienne's looks, but I know which option I'd choose given half a chance.