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WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT
An embarrassing video has emerged that has ex-Santa Fe officer Sergeant Mike Eiskant masturbating in his squad car. Not only is it obvious that he’s masturbating, but he also manages to have a very dirty conversation with himself, although they seem to be directed towards a naked woman…maybe a photo?
While he shouldn’t be pleasuring himself on the job, I don’t necessarily feel this is all that bad. What is bad is the fact that more allegations of his sexual appetite have sparked some interest. A fellow police officer, Shannon Brady, has claimed that Eiskant is a known stalker of women. In fact, Brady went to far as to file a harassment complaint against the public masturbator.
“They had plenty of opportunities over the course of many years to do something about it and they refused to.’” – Brady
The worst part, is it seems that people above the Sergeant may have been aware of the situation(s), but chose not to acknowledge it.
When Eiskant was promoted to sergeant, he was given the number 69 as his badge and patrol car number, but his former compliance officer Raymond Rael insisted it could be a coincidence.
Rael said: ‘Is it possible that it is coincidental? I suppose, but I can’t speak to that issue one way or another.’
- Smile, you’re on dashcam! (apublicdefender.com)
- Dash cam catches cop masturbating on job… (jdjournal.com)
- Police officer accused of masturbating admits stalking, theft of marijuana (headlineclicker.com)
- Why Masturbating Husband / Masturbation? (socyberty.com)
- Masturbation Hints Try to Keep any Body and Mind Contemporary (socyberty.com)
Gawker – Taunting police on Facebook when they’re out searching for you is, admittedly, pretty funny. But if you’re going to do it, it’s important that you not get caught. Otherwise you end up like recently-apprehended fugitive Victor Burgos: In jail, and looking really dumb.
Burgos was wanted on domestic violence and harassment warrants in Utica, N.Y. when he posted a “video showing him walking into an unidentified NYPD stationhouse,” writing “Catch me if you can, I’m in Brooklyn.” So… they did. U.S. Marshals and NYPD arrested Burgos in a Brooklyn apartment, catching him, not coincidentally, at his laptop dicking around on Facebook. He’s now awaiting a hearing in Oneida County. And he deleted the posts from his Facebook account.
This guy is hilarious. Why in hell would you tempt the cops to come and get you, while providing them with your location? I hope he’s aware that you can’t use Facebook while in prison, since he seems to be quite enthralled with the website.