After more than 30 years on the field, a professional police officer discovered a new love being a policewoman stripper.
Michelle Walton, 51, an Isle of Wight native who retired from her local police force in 2020, started her sexy stripping act after enrolling in a small burlesque dancing class. As I already have the truncheon (batton) and handcuffs, I improvised a stripping officer routine, the ex-policewoman said to Southwest News Service on Friday.
Michelle Walton revealed, “My routine involves walking up to the stage waving two blue lights around, then stepping up on a chair pretending to direct traffic, then taking my first layer of clothing off” Then I enter the crowd and issue fixed-penalty tickets for the offense of “being too sexy.” Before taking a year of unpaid vacation and heading to Australia for a working holiday in 1999, the British beauty spent more than ten years as a police officer.
When Walton arrived in Australia, she needed a job and decided to work as a skimpy barmaid, which required her to work in bars while wearing only underwear and then flash her breasts in exchange for payment.
Michelle Walton continued, “My profession eventually expanded to doing topless and nude waitressing, but there was never any touching or intercourse involved.” I was having a great time and loving my physique while making a lot of money.
Unsure of what to do with her time, the ex-cop recalled how much fun it was to get naked in Australia and quickly enrolled in a burlesque dance class.
The retiree was encouraged by her fellow group members to develop her own routine, and she drew inspiration from her time as a law enforcement officer. Soon, Walton was entertaining crowds on the Isle of Wight with her policewoman stripper act.
She proclaimed, “For me, stripping is about female empowerment and enjoying yourself. “After 30 years of limitations on what I could and could not do, I don’t consider myself a talented dancer; I just enjoy my body and adore taking my gear off.”