The NYPD has been investigating quite the supposed scandal involving a body cam, a male officer, and his female subordinate allegedly giving him a “midnight BJ” in a squad car while on duty.
So the story goes, the officers were doing a 12:00AM tour in East New York’s 75th Precinct in Brooklyn. East New York is famous for having the highest murder rate in the city in 2011. Apparently, things got a little too boring for these two, so the officer and her sergeant allegedly decided to spice things up. The female officer tucked her body cam into her vest, thinking she had turned it off, while unknowingly capturing full audio and video of herself giving oral sex to her boss in the squad car. The rumors go on to say the female officer is recorded describing the great success of her efforts in explicit detail immediately following the big event.
This story came out only one week after the NYPD announced that every beat cop, sergeant, and lieutenant on the force would now be wearing body cams on their person for their own protection.
The department is very proud of their expansive use of body cams for their 20,000+ officers, sergeants, and lieutenants. But it seems at least one of New York’s finest has had a challenging time handling the added responsibility maturely.
Brooklyn Detective Specialist Raymond Williams, age 44, of the 79th Precinct in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood of Brooklyn was suspended without pay in December of 2018 for taking one of his unsuspecting colleague’s body cams with him to the bathroom so he could video tape his own privates. While his fellow cop did not report Williams for his tawdry attempt at a prank, a female civilian employed by the NYPD unknowingly came across the 32-second video clip while reviewing tapes and reported it to internal affairs.
But let us not allow one bad apple to spoil the bunch… The decision to implement body cams is rooted from the desire “to protect and serve” and the recordings taken from these body cams, which are monitored by higher ups in the NYPD, help with both motivating officers to perform at their optimum level and keeping them safe and protected.
“Body-worn cameras enhance the safety and accountability of the dedicated men and women of the NYPD,” said Police Commissioner James O’Neill.
But as far as the midnight oral sex scandal in East New York’s 75th Precinct in Brooklyn, after a thorough investigation of the rumors, no one has been able to come up with video, audio, or proof of this supposed act.
No one is even sure exactly where this story got started, but that didn’t stop the rumors spreading through the NYPD like chicken pox in a preschool.
Happy to report for the two officers involved, who are not a couple, that this story is “going down” as a hoax.
No pun intended.