Biden’s ‘hot’ Secret Service agent a hit with the ladies; Top Gun, anyone?

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One particularly “fine” Secret Service agent is making a splash on TikTok, and people just can’t get enough.

Drawing comparisons to actor Tom Cruise in “Top Gun,” the attractive agent was dubbed one of “Biden’s Baddies” and frankly, it’s not hard to see why.

@life_with_mattMarry Me.✌️😂 #presidentbiden #joebiden #nantucket #massachusetts #gay #gaysoftikok♬ 오리지널 사운드 – e4rl___

“Forget about the PRESIDENT. The ‘SECRET SERVICE’ be looking fine,” wrote one TikTok user.

While President Joe Biden and his family vacationed in Nantucket, some people turned out for a chance to see him. Unfortunately for the Bidens, the unnamed Secret Service agent stole the show.

“Stayed for the Secret Service,” one TikTok user noted on a photo with the gentleman looking rather dapper in his sunglasses.

If there was a law about being too hot, this man might just end up in jail. One Twitter user even mentioned that they would leave their boyfriend for the agent.

Another video shows the agent flashing a thumbs up at a small crowd of mostly females, and then cuts to two women with their mouths agape.

@sadieethomas12the third angle y’all been waiting for #nantucket #president #joebiden #secretservice #fyp♬ 오리지널 사운드 – e4rl___

One commenter even went so far as to ask what one would have to do to be arrested by the Secret Service. “Asking for a friend, of course.”

But TikTokers aren’t the only ones enjoying this young man’s fine appearance. Twitter has been falling in love as well.

Of course, there were some people who weren’t as impressed with the fellow’s appearance, and even jabbed at a New York Post article about him using Twitter’s newest Terms of Service update, asking if they’d gotten his permission to post the photos:

This follows the news that Twitter will be updating its privacy policy to prohibit the sharing of personal photos without the permission of those depicted.

“When we are notified by individuals depicted, or by an authorized representative, that they did not consent to having their private image or video shared, we will remove it,” said the company in a post.

Under the existing policy, personal information “such as phone numbers, addresses, and IDs” are already banned from being shared on the platform. The current change is an expansion of that policy to cover photographs. However, loopholes still remain.

“This policy is not applicable to media featuring public figures or individuals when media and accompanying Tweet text are shared in the public interest or add value to public discourse,” Twitter noted.

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