COUNCIL CHRONICLE – Two New Jersey cops were recently placed on administrative leave after several Mountainside Police Department lawsuit filed a harassment lawsuit. According to the document, the two police officers are accused of using a huge sex toy to pull pranks on their co-workers.
New Jersey Cops Flashed Genital in Front of Unaware Colleagues
Last week, the otherwise quite Mountainside Police Department was rocked by a scandal, after five employees filed a lawsuit against two of their colleagues.
The document suggests that the five employees, identified as Richard Latargia, Thomas Norton, Christopher Feighner, James Urban, Amy Colineri, and Jeffrey Stinner, have been harassed between 2007 and 2008 by Officers Andrew Huber and Thomas Murphy.
Allegedly, in 2007, one of the officers brought a sex toy to the police station, which they’ve named ‘Big Blue.’
Over the years, Murphy and Huber used the oversized sex toy to pull pranks on their co-workers. These ‘pranks’ involved slapping people across the face with the dildo which, apparently, was covered in an icky substance.
However, this is only the tip of the iceberg, as the lawsuit reveals. Even after disposing of ‘Big Blue,’ Murphy and Huber continued tormenting their co-worker by tickling them or flashing their genitals when they weren’t paying attention.
One of the most popular pranks was inserting their genitals into drinking containers or food and then taking pictures.
A former dispatcher declared that Huber once placed the sex toy in front of her nose and asked if she could identify the smell.
Although the lawsuit states that these harassments went on and off between 2007 and 2008, some of the victims claim that Murphy and Huber were pulling pranks long before ‘Big Blue’ was brought to the Mountainside police station.
Following the lawsuit, the New Jersey cops were placed on administrative leave.
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