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Spanish police apologizes for showing 'highly erotic' CPR video.

New York, February 20 ( ANI ): Spanish police has been forced to apologize for using a "highly erotic" video to demonstrate first aid techniques during a public training course.

Police in Jaca used "super sexy" clips, which is available on YouTube, where two models are seen performing CPR in lacy lingerie and in another, a half-dressed man is seen squeezing a woman from behind before she turns around for a cuddle, the New York Daily News reported.

Police chiefs, who have claimed that those enrolled in the course were told beforehand that they would be seeing images of women in underwear, have received severe backlash for using such a footage to teach people the Heimlich maneuver.

However, according to the Publico, they have issued an apology for using the "inappropriate" video, which was initially created to promote the Fortnight lingerie brand. ( ANI )

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Date:Feb 20, 2014
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