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Two NYPD cops caught having sex in parked car after neighbor called 911 hearing 'hot and heavy' cries

The two officers are apparently coworkers and have been having an affair since last summer
(Representational image - Spencer Platt/Getty Images)
(Representational image - Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK: Two New York City police officers are said to have been captured having loud sex in a car parked outside a Brooklyn station after neighbors heard a woman screaming. The off-duty officers were discovered in the car naked after a worried caller reported hearing "hot and heavy" cries and called the police.

The tryst allegedly happened at 1.30 am in a parking area where police officers keep their own vehicles outside the 79th Precinct in the Bedford-Stuyvesant district. According to the report, the caller heard "a woman screaming in a parking lot" but was unable to determine "which color vehicle" it was because of poor vision.


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Inquiring about the screams, two additional officers exited the precinct and discovered a male and a female officer in the buff inside the automobile parked in the lot at Greene Avenue and Tompkins Avenue, according to The New York Post.

The two officers are apparently coworkers and have been having an affair since last summer, when the male officer's wife "created havoc" at the station and it became known in the precinct. "She showed up to the precinct to confront the girlfriend," the source told the Post. "Shortly after in the rear of the precinct, with bosses and cops present, the two cops got into a huge altercation because of the wife. Nothing was done. Then someone had the bright idea to have them partnered up, riding in the same sector."

The cops, both of whom denied having sex, are not known to have received any punishment. The cops who responded to the call apparently did not activate their body cameras or submit a report, as required by the departmental protocol. According to reports, the male cop joined the service in 2018, while the female officer allegedly joined in 2021.

An NYPD spokesman noted that the 911 call did not contain a claim about sex, adding that "nothing in the investigation determined the police found anybody having sex." Chief Kevin Maloney said, “That did not happen. There’s nothing that indicates that happened."

According to insiders, word of the alleged parking lot fling quickly circulated through the social media networks of cops. According to a source, "Someone leaked it and it spread like wildfire." By the night of January 18, the Internal Affairs Bureau had visited the station and was asking questions.