"These comments are cracking me up. need some good laughter after being evacuated for nearly a week".
Some even wrote that they were considering calling 911 to request one of the men pictured in the photo to show up at their residence.
The selfie, which has drawn almost 170,000 comments and more than 100,000 shares, reportedly made the chief of the department "blush".
Overwhelmed by the response, Gainesville Police replied on Tuesday: "We are dying with the comments". By Wednesday night, the post had been shared or liked more than half a million times.
"Mrs Nordman and Mrs Hamill have also enjoyed knowing how millions of women are going insane over their husbands".
But, it noted that Officer Rengering, who is on the "far right with the awesome hair", is single.
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Sir Alan said Marines from RFA Mounts Bay were used to "protect the Governor and everything else about law and order" on Friday. DFID is also working with agencies across the affected region to plan how to rebuild and reconstruct damaged areas.
This is not the first time the Gainesville Police department has gone viral.
However, they did announce that they would release a calendar soon to raise funds towards Hurricane Irma recovery efforts in Florida.
The department is asking people not call 9-1-1 and request the three "hot cops" be the ones to respond to an incident.
"Officers Raulerson, Craig, Gloeckner & Hughes responded to help our friends at the North Port Police Department & North Port Fire Department this afternoon with rescues due to rising floodwaters from Hurricane Irma".
"Thank you for all the hilarious comments", the update continued.
Several of the department's other posts are also gathering some attention from Facebook users. "Gainesville Police Department has nothing on us".
The officers' viral fame sparked a bit of a competition with surrounding police departments.