A Pa. officer has been accused of repeatedly taking off his pants at work. Now a colleague is suing.
Jose Dones, a community relations officer, of the Philadelphia Police Department’s 26th District, has been accused of changing his pants in the middle of the office on a regular basis instead of using a locker room, according to the lawsuit filed by officer Kelly Neal.
According to The Philadelphia Inquirer, Neal said she was demoted back to street duty in retaliation after filing complaints about Dones.
To prove it, Neal eventually recorded Dones. In the lawsuit, photographic stills and play-by-play descriptions were exhibited.
“At approximately 0:08 seconds into the video,” according to the complaint, as reported by The Inquirer, “Defendant Dones fingers the crack in his buttocks to remove his wedged underwear therefrom.”
Dones nor his lawyers provided comment on the accusations.
Read more via The Philadelphia Inquirer.
Congratulations to our own Community Relations P/O Jose Dones #4394 for 30 years of service to the citizens of Philadelphia. You are an inspiration to others. Your dedication to your work is exemplary. The 26th District Officers and community thank you. pic.twitter.com/gsnSyPZTF6— PPD 26th District (@PPD26Dist) October 29, 2020