A NYPD officer who took the department's attempts to look good on social media into his own hands has been suspended after posting a Snapchat of a Brownsville family that was handcuffed during a raid.

The officer, whose identity has not been revealed, took a Snapchat of a family after raiding an apartment on Thursday morning and captioned it "Merry Christmas its [sic] NYPD." Kimberley Santiago, one of the apartment residents, told ABC7 that a warrant squad came to her apartment at about 6:30 a.m. and put everyone in the apartment in handcuffs.

"The things that he wrote, it's like, this what you all do?" Santiago said. "If he did that to us, picture how many other families he's done that to."

Early reports suggested that in addition to the social media humiliation, the NYPD raided the wrong address. However, while police wouldn't tell ABC what they were doing at the apartment, the department did claim officers had the correct address.

The apartment residents told the Post that the officer who put the picture on Snapchat was laughing and looking at his phone, but at first they thought he was texting. Internal Affairs is investigating the incident after the family made a complaint, and the officer has been suspended without pay.