Police officer proves he was still on duty during sex romp

#1
Too funny for current affairs!

LONDON (AFP) - A police officer who had sexual relations while on duty was acquitted in court because he was in constant radio contact due to the earpiece he was wearing during his sex romp.
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Police transport inspector Massoud Khan, 41, found his 43-year-old partner on the Internet dating site uniformdating.com.

He conducted his illicit encounter in a room at the police station at Gatwick Airport, near London, it was reveaLed during the trial on Wednesday.

The jury quickly came to a unanimous verdict as the policeman proved he was able to respond to all emergencies as he was equipped with an earpiece tuned in to the police radio frequency.

"If there was a call for me, I would have answered it and I would have dealt with it," he told the court, according to the Times newspaper.

His lawyer Kevin Baumber believes that the inspector certainly misbehaved, but his bad decision is not a crime.

"This is a criminal court, not a moral court. It's doubtful that this case would have been brought if he had taken an extended lunch break or gone for a game of golf," he said.

The inspector still may face disiplinary action.
 
#2
Surprised he didn't claim to be hearing voices telling him to do it. :)
 

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#3
That's devotion to duty that is. That's like a squaddie (all of them) leaving their boots on during a 'job', and yes, I have, once.


Edited: mongism.
 
#4
Sounds like a good site for picking up tarts though!

Any of our plod brethern wish to comment on whether he was being picked on unfairly (as his brief claims)?
 

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#6
So who caugh thim and why wasnt it posted in caught other people shagging thread?
 
#7
I read about this in the paper yesterday and I thought 'how did he prove to the court that he was able to respond? Did they recreate the scene in the courtroom and time his response while he was busy with the tart?'
 
#9
I will watch this one with interest.

Insp Khan was the duty officer I presume? He was responsible for any major incidents in the London South area and carrying out PACE reviews in Victoria custody.

I do agree that it was a disipline matter . Taking Insp Khan before the courts for Misconduct in public office was a bit OTT.

it was in my opinion gross misconduct and neglect of duty.

I can now imagine that Insp Khan will now be in front of the Chief Constable and made an example of for bringing the force into the public eye in a negative way.

I know a few high ranking police officers which have been involved in other incidents and nothing more said.

I do wish insp Khan (luck sort of). What a dream having a quickie in full uniform whilst at a police station.

We can all sit on our moral high horse but come on if you had the chance!!
 
#10
fadingfirkin said:
I will watch this one with interest.

Insp Khan was the duty officer I presume? He was responsible for any major incidents in the London South area and carrying out PACE reviews in Victoria custody.

I do agree that it was a disipline matter . Taking Insp Khan before the courts for Misconduct in public office was a bit OTT.

it was in my opinion gross misconduct and neglect of duty.

I can now imagine that Insp Khan will now be in front of the Chief Constable and made an example of for bringing the force into the public eye in a negative way.

I know a few high ranking police officers which have been involved in other incidents and nothing more said.

I do wish insp Khan (luck sort of). What a dream having a quickie in full uniform whilst at a police station.

We can all sit on our moral high horse but come on if you had the chance!!
No thanks, he's not my type......
 
#11
fadingfirkin said:
I will watch this one with interest.

Insp Khan was the duty officer I presume? He was responsible for any major incidents in the London South area and carrying out PACE reviews in Victoria custody.

I do agree that it was a disipline matter . Taking Insp Khan before the courts for Misconduct in public office was a bit OTT.

it was in my opinion gross misconduct and neglect of duty.

I can now imagine that Insp Khan will now be in front of the Chief Constable and made an example of for bringing the force into the public eye in a negative way.

I know a few high ranking police officers which have been involved in other incidents and nothing more said.

I do wish insp Khan (luck sort of). What a dream having a quickie in full uniform whilst at a police station.

We can all sit on our moral high horse but come on if you had the chance!!
Dont support this pr@ck to much,officers i have dealings with are not at all impressed,most were hoping he would be sent down for a couple of months,
theres alot more to this that has been kept hushed up,this tw@t is a serial womaniser on and off duty,i am trying to find out what happened to the original allegation of rape which brought this case to court in the first place.
im on nights today so will make some enquiries with contacts down south
 
#12
Did he get his Capital One credit card?

Had he reached the vinegar stroke before he got his answer within one minute?


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Coat, hat, door....................woooosh!!!!
 
#14
I was 'accused' of screwing racks (as in WRACs) to the desk in our NI Ops Room on nights.

Being untrue (it was on the floor) I dutifuly laughed this one off to the missus who replied that she'd already heard it!!

So she's heard I'm shagging around on nights and is not bothered????? Mmmmmm, interesting..........
 
#15
Well Two Jags Prescott got away with shagging his diary secretary at work. If its Ok for a ( At the time ) cabinet minister then it should be Ok for anyone to do it. Cant imagine getting away with that excuse in front of the boss some how.
 
#17
I am just waiting for him to pull the Racism card when he goes infront of the Chief.......

And there is no way his radio was still working as he was indoors - and the cnuts always whine about how sh1te our comms are.....
 
#18
fadingfirkin said:
I will watch this one with interest.

Insp Khan was the duty officer I presume? He was responsible for any major incidents in the London South area and carrying out PACE reviews in Victoria custody.

I do agree that it was a disipline matter . Taking Insp Khan before the courts for Misconduct in public office was a bit OTT.

it was in my opinion gross misconduct and neglect of duty.

I can now imagine that Insp Khan will now be in front of the Chief Constable and made an example of for bringing the force into the public eye in a negative way.

I know a few high ranking police officers which have been involved in other incidents and nothing more said.

I do wish insp Khan (luck sort of). What a dream having a quickie in full uniform whilst at a police station.

We can all sit on our moral high horse but come on if you had the chance!!
Make your mind up!
 
#19
flamingo said:
fadingfirkin said:
I will watch this one with interest.

Insp Khan was the duty officer I presume? He was responsible for any major incidents in the London South area and carrying out PACE reviews in Victoria custody.

I do agree that it was a disipline matter . Taking Insp Khan before the courts for Misconduct in public office was a bit OTT.

it was in my opinion gross misconduct and neglect of duty.

I can now imagine that Insp Khan will now be in front of the Chief Constable and made an example of for bringing the force into the public eye in a negative way.

I know a few high ranking police officers which have been involved in other incidents and nothing more said.

I do wish insp Khan (luck sort of). What a dream having a quickie in full uniform whilst at a police station.

We can all sit on our moral high horse but come on if you had the chance!!
Make your mind up!
Misconduct in public office is a criminal offence with amximum sentence (IIRC) of life.

Gross misconduct is internal disicipline and they can only sack you for it.

A few people have gripped the rail for this recently and I think its very OTT.

Trotsky
 
#20
Trotsky said:
flamingo said:
fadingfirkin said:
I will watch this one with interest.

Insp Khan was the duty officer I presume? He was responsible for any major incidents in the London South area and carrying out PACE reviews in Victoria custody.

I do agree that it was a disipline matter . Taking Insp Khan before the courts for Misconduct in public office was a bit OTT.

it was in my opinion gross misconduct and neglect of duty.

I can now imagine that Insp Khan will now be in front of the Chief Constable and made an example of for bringing the force into the public eye in a negative way.

I know a few high ranking police officers which have been involved in other incidents and nothing more said.

I do wish insp Khan (luck sort of). What a dream having a quickie in full uniform whilst at a police station.

We can all sit on our moral high horse but come on if you had the chance!!
Make your mind up!
Misconduct in public office is a criminal offence with amximum sentence (IIRC) of life.

Gross misconduct is internal disicipline and they can only sack you for it.

A few people have gripped the rail for this recently and I think its very OTT.

Trotsky
Still, if it gets the arrest figures up, why the hell not?
 

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