There is always a bit of tension when it comes to police officers and solicitors exchanging notes whilst at a police station. But I have never known there to be any sexual tension!
However, according to a report on WalesOnline.co.uk, a policeman has resigned from the Job after allegedly being found by colleagues whilst having sex with a female solicitor in a police station.
The pair were allegedly caught exchanging more than just notes in Swansea’s Cockett police station.
South Wales police confirmed that a misconduct investigation was now underway following reports of the duo being found in an uncompromising position by startled colleagues.
WalesOnline.co.uk reported that the pair were discovered in a disused interview room of the John Street station earlier this month in a state of undress.
A spokeswoman for South Wales Police told WalesOnline.co.uk:
“South Wales Police professional standards department is investigating an allegation of misconduct against a police officer based in the force’s Western BCU.
“The officer has submitted their resignation and a misconduct hearing will be held in due course.”
Many police officers will no doubt be shocked that a friendly relationship ever came to fruition in the first place between the two, as there can often be a tense and frosty atmosphere between solicitors and police officers.
The circumstances surrounding the solicitors attendance at the police station on the day that this alleged incident took place, are not clear.
It is also not clear as to whether or not the ‘duo’ were in any sort of relationship at the time of the alleged incident.
Whilst I have heard, through the grapevine, of liaisons taking place at various establishments up-and-down the land, hearing about an alleged encounter between a police officer and a solicitor is a first for me.
We all know that the job can be stressful sometimes and that releasing this stress can often manifest itself through the medium of sex.
But most interview rooms which I have seen, resemble something from a medieval storeroom rather than being the sort of environment where you would be happy getting down to business without the fear of getting someones discarded chewing gum stuck to your arse.
It’s a shame that this officer has had to resign. After all, nature intended for us humans to have sex.
Had I of found a couple having sex at a police station, then I would have just politely shut the door, and put the ‘in use’ sign on the door and then walked away and carried on with my day.
But thats just me…..its how I roll….
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