LA MP investigated after broadcasting sex on duty

According to a report on Wednesday, a California sheriff’s deputy is under investigation for having sex at work – after accidentally skipping it over her squad’s radio line.

TMZ shared audio from a weekend show in which a woman giggled playfully as she warned her male companion, “You’re going to rip my underwear!”

Sources told the outlet that it was about a freshman in Los Angeles who appeared to accidentally turn on her radio while getting handy in a parking lot during a break from her shift at the Men’s Central Penitentiary.

She soon realized she was turning police radio waves blue and turned off her radio, the outlet said.

The Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department confirmed to TMZ that an internal investigation had been launched. It wasn’t immediately clear if the man with her was another worker who was also on the watch, the outlet noted.

Possible penalties include suspension or even dismissal.

Los Angeles Central Men's Prison.
The novice is believed to have accidentally turned on her radio while waking up during a break from her shift at the Men’s Central Prison.
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Los Angeles County Sheriff's vehicle.
The incident comes just two years after another MP from the same force was fired for airing an X-rated exchange while on duty.
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In fact, a deputy from the same squad was fired over an almost identical incident, leaving his microphone on at Universal Studios Hollywood two years ago while having sex.

In this case, the deputy’s love interest was recorded repeatedly moaning and exclaiming “Oh!”. during the adult encounter near the Bates Motel attraction.

A spokesman for the sheriff’s department could not immediately confirm the latest investigation early Wednesday.

https://nypost.com/2022/12/14/la-deputy-probed-after-broadcasting-sex-on-duty/ LA MP investigated after broadcasting sex on duty

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