Shaq O'Neal To Start Chasing Criminals

Shaq applies for Reserve Police officer in the city of Doral, where he is set to undergo testing before he can be considered a police man

At 42, he considers himself too young to spend the rest of his days, living in the wealth he amassed through his time in the NBA; in retirement.

Shaq O'Neal is taking a different career turn after retiring from the 'Slam' and 'Dunk' game

State Police in Florida disclosed that the 7ft 2 giant put in an application to serve as a reserve police officer in the state of Doral

What is left for him is to pass a psychological and physical testing which does not look to be nay form of hinderance to the 4 time NBA Championship winner

According to Miami Herald, Shaq submitted his application this week; you might be thinking now that he would just be handed a badge since he is a celebrity

Well contrary to any thought of such, Miami Police Chiefs say that he will not get any special treatment

a spokeswoman told the Miami Herald.

Revealing reports confirm that it will not be the first time Shaq O'Neal would try a position in the armed forces

He once served as a reserve Police Officer in Miami before.


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