June 09, 2013

St. Louis Police Chief in High Heels

This Saturday more than 100 men, including East St. Louis Mayor Alvin Parks, St. Louis Police Chief Sam Dotson and a team of walkers from the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department, put on women’s high heels to walk from the Missouri Athletic Club onto the Eads Bridge to draw attention to sexual assault and to engage men in the effort to stop it. Although he wasn't sporting bright red stilettos, Mayor Francis Slay also stopped by to give opening remarks.

Photos by Madelaine Azar for Riverfront Times.
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St. Louis Police Chief in High Heels
St. Louis Police Chief in High Heels
St. Louis Police Chief in High Heels
St. Louis Police Chief in High Heels
St. Louis Police Chief in High Heels
St. Louis Police Chief in High Heels
St. Louis Police Chief in High Heels
St. Louis Police Chief in High Heels
St. Louis Police Chief in High Heels
St. Louis Police Chief in High Heels