Hot Cop Of The Castro Delete Fan Page And Say Goodbye! ? [Updated]: SFist

Some things in life don’t make sense, and this is one of them. Nationally acclaimed gay icon known as the Hot Cop of the Castro, Chris Kohrs, 36, has deleted his Facebook fan page for reasons we may never understand. He rose to fame out of nowhere for his beauty, and now, just as Castro’s streetscape improvement project (which brought him to the neighborhood for a few extra hours) draws to a close, Kohrs has decided to give up his ventilator. based.

As the Chron’s Leah Garchik seen, he published this poem before signing.

On the streets of SF, where crime will always lurk, I have to focus on getting back to work. Although the fan page will soon be gone, I’m here to stay. We will always be in triple digits.

Corn! Corn! Why do we have to be relegated to trying our luck with 911 if we just want to, you know, chat or take him out for coffee?

Anyway, Kohrs, as you’ll recall, spoke to SFist over the summer and seemed a bit reluctant to embrace his odd internet fame. And before he disappeared, he tried to do some good, using his notoriety to get people to show up and donate at this shirtless fundraiser for the Officer Down Memorial Fund.

I guess he doesn’t just want to be a sex object? Maybe he got all the dates he needed for next year? I go with the latter.

Update: We asked Kohrs what the story was, and here’s his answer.

The ministry did not ask me to take down the fan page. In fact, they were very supportive of me through it all. I removed it for personal reasons.

Police officers are often shown in the media for less than positive things. It’s not the easiest job and we make mistakes. Through it all, I wanted to show the police in a positive light. Once I felt I had accomplished enough of that, I couldn’t find a reason to keep the fan page up.

I love my job and appreciate my privacy, my family and my friends. I just wanted to focus on that for now.

All previous covers of Castro’s Hot Cop.


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