A Florida woman from New Port Richey was trying to get pregnant by using a method called artificial insemination.
She called the police because somehow, he got herself all mixed up, and thought that the thermos she was using to store sperm might explode.
Felicia Nevins called the Pasco County Sheriff’s office for help during her trying time. Inside the thermos, she had semen and dry ice. She forgot to remove a rubber O-ring from the thermos, which she thought would result in a dangerous incident.
Shortly after her call, she noticed that the incident was all over social media. The sheriff’s office posted the details of her call to Facebook.
Nevins was upset by this, and the post was still not removed when she last checked on Friday. She was not identified by name in the post, but she said that there was enough information in that post for people to be able to figure out who she is.
They sheriff’s office is still going with the story that they did nothing wrong with posting this to their Facebook.
The next thing Nevins knew, the incident was all over social media. That’s because the sheriff’s office posted details on Facebook. Nevins told the Tampa Bay Times she was upset because the post was not removed Friday. Nevins was not identified by name but she said she was mortified that enough information was posted for her to be identified. The sheriff’s office defended its action, saying it was important to provide the type of safety information contained in the post.