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Try flirting without using body language. Go on, give it a go. It can't be done. You simply can't convey romantic interest without the body getting into the act.
A former Miami-area police officer was charged with battery and misconduct after he was videotaped putting his knee on a woman's neck and using a stun gun on her outside a strip club in January, a Florida state attorney announced Thursday. Despite arrest documents being released in the case, the South Florida Police Benevolent Association said, "We are without the usual information provided regarding the arrest. Thursday's allegations stem from a Jan. She was in her Mercedes SUV when she was contacted by the officer, according to the document. A manager asked Martel, working security off-duty but still in a police uniform, to issue Satchell a trespassing warning because she threw a tip at a server on her way out of the club, the affidavit said. The warning means that if she returned she'd be trespassing. In cellphone and officer body camera footage released by the Miami-Dade County State Attorney's Office, Martel orders Satchell to walk to his nearby patrol vehicle so he can write her a warning. She wanted to drive there because she had taken off her shoes. The officer told her that she either walks to the vehicle or "I'm gonna get you out of the car.
According to Navarro, body language can reveal whether or not a person is lying, stressed, or even insecure. The health of a relationship can also be determined by examining body language. Navarro revealed that people will move their legs away when sitting near someone they don't like. While being able to successfully analyze body language certainly comes in handy when trying to catch bad guys, having a rudimentary understanding of the body's tells can be useful for everyone — especially if you're in the dating game.