A young white girl applied to join the SA Police Service in Durban. She passed her pre assessments with a high score. Then she was turned down because of a tatoo on her foot. Call up instructions clearly states: No visible tattoos on a police officer.

This tatoo is however completely invisible when she wears a shoe.

Nonetheless, let us abide by the rules as is supposed to be the case. But let Front National then also ask, Commissioner of Police, why the black female constable was accepted and joined the service despite a tattoo almost the length of her forearm and clearly visible?

Double standards. Obvious double standards based on race.