For the crew of Air-1, the Winnipeg Police department’s helicopter, Monday night was spent like any other: flying around scenic Winnipeg, having a fun “convo about blowjobs,” maybe throwing in “some swears and some references to money,” and discussing what exactly is “too much body hair.” The only thing out of place was the audience; someone had accidentally turned on the helicopter’s public address system and the crew of Air-1 was live to the entire West End. And, according to Winnipeg residents on Twitter, some of the North End, too:

Winnipeg Police Services acknowledged in a statement that the three-man crew had fucked up and switched on their loudspeakers around 9:30 p.m. Monday:

“As a result, the flight crew’s conversation was publicly broadcast [and] some content of the conversation was inappropriate. The involved members were not able to hear the public address system from within the aircraft. They became aware their conversation had been broadcast and immediately turned the system off.”

WPS says the incident is “under review.”

Unfortunately, no one seems to have recorded any part of the conversation, which was reportedly either R-rated or X-rated (local news sources differ on this point). Sad to say, the Air-1 team’s true thoughts about blowjobs may never be shared with anyone outside of the entirety of West (and possibly North) Winnipeg.

[h/t CBC]