Now this is inappropriate

A Met police officer is facing the end of his career after admitting using a grieving family’s cable TV account to order pornography.

PC Avi Maharaj, 44, who was based in Earlsfield, was called to the property in south London in February 2018 following the death of a child.

The homeowner had left the house and Maharaj was waiting for the undertaker when he used the family’s account to make the £25.96 purchase. He was the only person in the house at the time.

How come the Met is employing people stupid enough to think you’ve got to pay for porn these days?

8 comments on “Now this is inappropriate

  1. ‘Could’..? COULD?!?

    Well, he’s not a white bloke, so obviously there’s some doubt, though I think even modern Proggies would blanch at defending this piece of shit. Perhaps they’ll do it just to piss normal people off.

  2. JuliaM… yes that ‘could’ grated me too. I suppose at least the journo, in the absence of a fact, chose accuracy. But he’s surely gone. Fraud? Apart from all the other details he’s not going to make a very good witness for the prosecution of any crims he catches with that on his record.

  3. “How come the Met is employing people stupid enough to think you’ve got to pay for porn these days?”

    Dunno. Stuff’s free when other people pay for it. Labour Party’s built an entire political philosophy based on that.

  4. funny that the BBC can use ‘will’ and ‘would’ when discussing an OBR forecast but err on the side of caution here with ‘could’ as the hearing hasn’t happened yet

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