Southern California Cop Caught on Video Receiving Handjob in Patrol Car

Almost daily we read reports and articles of police officers having sex on duty whether it is coerced as it is many times or consensual as they always claim.

But rarely do these cops get caught on camera.

However earlier this year in April, a Santa Ana police officer was recorded sitting in his patrol car in uniform while what appears to be a female hand is masturbating his penis.

The video was obtained by the OC Weekly who posted a pixelated version of the video on Thursday.

On the afternoon of April 10, a black-and-white patrol car pulled up along the train tracks by the Allan Company Recycling facility in Santa Ana. According to a source, an officer cleared the area of homeless people around 2 p.m. before parking by a wall. From an elevated vantage point, what happened next with a person described as a Santa Ana policeman was recorded by cell phone camera.

It’s not a police brutality video, but what is shown happening in the patrol car is no less serious.

In the first brief clip, a man seated on the driver’s side lays his left hand down on his lap. No longer obscured from view, his penis is clearly shown at full erection with a hand stroking it. The sex act captured on camera may appear as masturbation at first, but set those “Sergeant Slappy gets baton happy” jokes aside for the moment.

A closer look arises unsettling questions for whoever sat in the patrol car that day. The stroking hand appears more slender and effeminate than the man’s left hand by the driver’s side door. With a pinkie finger out, the stroking hand doesn’t appear to be bent at an angle expected from the seated man’s right arm; instead, it looks more likely to be outstretched from the passenger’s side, suggesting someone else was in the patrol car.

Santa Ana police did not comment on the video but department policy forbids officers from “engaging in on-duty sexual activity including, but not limited to, sexual intercourse, excessive displays of public affection or other sexual contact.” Watch the video below.

Almost daily we read reports and articles of police officers having sex on duty whether it is coerced as it is many times or consensual as they always claim.

But rarely do these cops get caught on camera.

However earlier this year in April, a Santa Ana police officer was recorded sitting in his patrol car in uniform while what appears to be a female hand is masturbating his penis.

The video was obtained by the OC Weekly who posted a pixelated version of the video on Thursday.

On the afternoon of April 10, a black-and-white patrol car pulled up along the train tracks by the Allan Company Recycling facility in Santa Ana. According to a source, an officer cleared the area of homeless people around 2 p.m. before parking by a wall. From an elevated vantage point, what happened next with a person described as a Santa Ana policeman was recorded by cell phone camera.

It’s not a police brutality video, but what is shown happening in the patrol car is no less serious.

In the first brief clip, a man seated on the driver’s side lays his left hand down on his lap. No longer obscured from view, his penis is clearly shown at full erection with a hand stroking it. The sex act captured on camera may appear as masturbation at first, but set those “Sergeant Slappy gets baton happy” jokes aside for the moment.

A closer look arises unsettling questions for whoever sat in the patrol car that day. The stroking hand appears more slender and effeminate than the man’s left hand by the driver’s side door. With a pinkie finger out, the stroking hand doesn’t appear to be bent at an angle expected from the seated man’s right arm; instead, it looks more likely to be outstretched from the passenger’s side, suggesting someone else was in the patrol car.

Santa Ana police did not comment on the video but department policy forbids officers from “engaging in on-duty sexual activity including, but not limited to, sexual intercourse, excessive displays of public affection or other sexual contact.” Watch the video below.

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Editor-in-Chief Carlos Miller spent a decade covering the cop beat for various newspapers in the Southwest before returning to his hometown Miami and launching Photography is Not a Crime aka PINAC News in 2007. He also published a book, The Citizen Journalist's Photography Handbook, which is available on Amazon.

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