Policeman suspended from duty after allegedy selling threesomes with an escort

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A policeman has been suspended from duty over allegations that he had a seedy sideline in selling threesomes along with an escort he met on line. The officer who works for the Sussex police force is understood to have been on sick leave at the time of the alleged misbehaviour.

PC Daniel Moss, 41, is facing accusations that he offered to sell a half an hour session with the female escort for £120 to an undercover reporter. Both the officer and the woman are believed to have made thousands of pounds by selling their services on an adult website. If it is found to be true, the officer is unlikely to face any charges because selling sex in private is not a criminal offense. It is thought that he and his companion were running the business from his flat in Hastings. The law states that it is a crime to solicit in public, or to profit from prostitution by running a brothel or being a pimp.

Ethics

However, he may well face being fired from his job, as the police code of ethics clearly says that officers must not bring the police service into disrepute. Nor must an officer do anything which could damage trust and confidence between the police and the public.

The officer and the woman are thought to have hatched the plan and then launched their adult business this summer after the officer was signed off from work as a result of stress. A source said that it was incredible the pair had been carrying on their actions under the noses of PC Moss’ bosses. Sussex Police say are now launching their own investigation after being alerted by newspaper reporters of the PC’s alleged actions. It confirmed that PC Moss had been suspended from duty while the investigation is carried out, but refused to comment any further on the case.

 

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