SEE IT: Another video surfaces of cop having too good of a time with dancer at West Indian Day Parade
Another video surfaces of cop dancing with woman at West Indian Day Parade.
For cops, patrolling the West Indian Day Parade can really be a grind.
Another video surfaced Tuesday showing a uniformed NYPD police officer grinding up on a reveler at Monday’s parade.
The video, acquired by the Daily News, shows a cop having a bit too much fun with a scantily-clad dancer with long braids, a tank top and beige leggings along the parade route as he thrusts up behind the dancer and touches her bottom before another woman slaps it away.
The officer’s tongue is happily lolling out of his mouth as he dances behind the woman as everyone dances around him, the video shows.
In a video released Monday, a woman dressed in a bright yellow top and bikini bottoms stepped up to different officer and shook her booty as a crowd gathered, smiling, laughing and taking video with their phones.
NYPD brass opened an investigation in 2011 into a similar video that showed two officers play-thrusting along with women gyrating against them.
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One of the officers, Det. Gregory Gordon, was transferred from Brooklyn to Staten Island after the viral video surfaced. Gordon found himself investigated again in 2016 following a Daily News report exposing angry anti-black and anti-Muslim comments he made on social media.
An email to the NYPD to see if an investigation has been opened on the cops in this year’s videos wasn’t immediately returned.