When a police officer and a pregnant woman eat together
Police officers and pregnant women were seen enjoying a late-night meal at a downtown restaurant.
The couple ate and shared a meal at Café de la Cinco in downtown Toronto, where the restaurant is located.
“We’re not a restaurant that you should be going to for your dinner,” Toronto Police Const.
Adam Palmer told CBC News.
“You should be getting the meal and having a conversation with the person.
So it was nice to be able to share it.””
The fact that we were in the same neighbourhood and shared that meal and were able to hang out and just chat and talk and have a conversation was pretty great.”
Palmer said that the couple has a small child together and said he was impressed that the restaurant was willing to offer a meal.
“It was just kind of a nice little thing,” Palmer said.
“I mean, it was just a nice thing to share.
It was really nice to do something like that.””
They’re both very pregnant and they have kids and it’s kind of nice that they can share the meal with them,” he added.
Police officers and police officers and officers and cops and officers.
Palmer added that he doesn’t think police would take offense if someone was eating alone at Café De La Cinca, but they would be concerned about a police-officer relationship with a pregnant female officer.
Palace said he believes the officers’ meal would be fine with the woman if she were a pregnant officer.
“I’m not sure that it’s the appropriate thing to do,” he said.
“You have to ask yourself: would it be better for us to go to the restaurant and have our meal together or would it not be appropriate?”
Police are asking anyone who has had the chance to eat at Café La Cina or is aware of the restaurant to call the police at 416-808-3000 or Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416 582-TIPS (8477).