A cop was fired after allegedly filming himself having sex with a woman. The Police officer on duty actually made the video with his police body-cam positioned to capture him while having sex in his office.
Officer Anthony Doran saved the clip of him romping with a mystery woman on a flash drive, according to court papers.
The sordid offence only came to light after he was accused of beating and falsely arresting a man in 2016.
When investigators searched his office they found his sex tape and 36 gigabytes worth of sex pics.
He stored them on his work computer in a folder called “fun times” it is claimed.
Doran told local media that his creepy stash has “nothing to do with work” and said he was not on duty when he filmed himself.
His four-minute sex tape, dated April 2017, featured him wearing his police shirt uniform, but Unclad from the waist down.
“Anthony is sitting in an office chair and straddling him is a Unclad adult female (who is not a police employee),” says the report.
The officer worked in Superior, Arizona in the United States.
He claims he lived in the police station, in a room opposite his office.
The allegations came to light after civilian Richard Manriquez filed a complaint, claiming several officers beat him up at his home in 2016.
He submitted a picture of his battered face
His civil complaint accuses Superior police bosses of hiring officers with checkered histories in order to cut costs.
“The town hires substandard officers with extensive misconduct records to save money,” the complaint alleged.
“Once the town hires these substandard, ‘second-chance’ officers, it fails to appropriately train/retrain them.”
According to the Arizona Republic, most of Superior’s nine police officers were at one point fired or disciplined by other police departments. Doran was previously terminated in 2013 from the Pima County Sheriff’s Office for sexual misconduct, records showed.