4 cops accused of paying cleaner for sex during work

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October 12, 2010 10:55

 
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At least four police officers in one station are alleged to have had sexual relations during work hours with a female, civilian janitor who worked at the station, paying her between 100 and 150 Shekels each time, Israeli media reported on Tuesday.

According to the reports, a regional intelligence officer interviewed the officers' area commander who admitted to knowing about the acts but did not report them. The commander was removed from his post and the case returned to the Police internal affairs division for further investigation.


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