Police officer sacked for having sex on duty
A married British police officer has been sacked after he had sex with women in police stations, The Telegraph reported Thursday.
An internal investigation found Troy Van-Eda, 44, a constable for Greater Manchester Police, had sex at two stations and also at the women's homes.
In one instance, he had intercourse with one woman in a station's boiler room in April 2004, less than 24 hours after she was stopped for failing to wear a seat belt.
The father of three, who claimed he had separated from his wife, was accused of using his "police uniform to feed his obsession with women". On Wednesday, the officer was sacked following at a three-day hearing.