Police officer’s sexually suggestive TikTok clips ‘fell short of standards expected’
PC Narinder Mahi has been rapped by bosses at West Midlands Police (Image: Facebook)
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A police officer is in hot water after reportedly sharing sexually suggestive clips on TikTok.
PC Narinder Mahi reportedly swore in clips, posed topless and made sexual remarks.
West Midlands Police said PC Mahi has been advised about his future conduct.
In one clip, The Sun reports, the officer is seen saying: “Have you tried Indian yet darling?
“Oh you must. Once you go brown, the other colours let you down.”
He was also seen dancing to music while topless.
The officer referred to himself as Special Agent Fox, but reportedly now says his remark was a "joke thing".
A West Midlands Police spokeswoman said: "Our Professional Standards Department has assessed the conduct of the officer, which fell short of the standards of Professional Behaviour expected of police officers.
The officer posted video of himself dancing while topless
"The matter will be dealt with under the Police (Conduct) Regulations 2020, through practice requiring improvement, and advised about his future conduct."
She added that 'practice requiring improvement' means "underperformance or conduct not amounting to misconduct or gross misconduct, which falls short of the expectations of the public and the police service as set out in the Code of Ethics issued by the College of Policing".