Dunwoody typically isn't high on the list of places to live for gay Atlanta guys. But with hottie police officers like this, it might just get more desirable.
Meet Tim Fecht, the hunky Dunwoody police officer who often acts as a department spokesperson to the media. WSB snagged him again on Tuesday to discuss a property manager accused of stealing money. We snagged him here to consider that blond hair, the chest that fills out his uniform oh so well and gazing into his eyes as he explains the finer points of policing. With a uniform (above) or without (below).
So step aside, strippers who play firemen in the Pride parade. We've got a real public servant who looks just as good in his uniform and gun belt. He's right up there with that smoking hot MARTA guy, the shirtless park jogger and that nipplelicious Pride hunk.
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