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Preston police officer accused of allegedly ordering women to walk through a parking lot alone after being notified by public transport
An officer faces charges after a social media video was posted showing him ordering female passengers to walk through a parking lot on foot while he waited.
Preston police said they were investigating a complaint by a woman against Pate Police Constable John Meehan.
The woman posted the video of Constable Meehan to the social media website YouTube.
The Pate police constable has since apologised for the incident.
“I’m sorry to anyone I offended,” Constable Meehan posted on Facebook on Tuesday바카라사이트 afternoon.
“I’m just a constable.
“I’d never order women to walk through a parking lot without permission.”
The woman who posted the video told 7 News she walked through the garage of a family home at the North Brunswick townhouse compound with a friend in April when they were told that Constable Meehan could walk in as long as he got out before he could ask her to walk alone in the back of his vehicle.
He told her they could go through the parking lot, she claims, but if she walked through the back of his truck they would stop her.
The video was recorded three days later, but Constable Meehan has yet to admit or deny that.
Pate police Constabulary Constable John Meehan speaks with a woman during a search of his home in the North Brunswick townhouse compound. (NSW Police)
However, he told 7 News he ordered women to walk through a parking lot without permission and the woman complied.
On Tuesday evening, after the man sent him a message on Twitter, Constable Meehan responded to it saying he’d apologise but was not aware of the video, which he claims was taken by another woman.
“I understand your pain,” he wrote.
“I apologise. I’m just trying to assist people on the way to the station who aren’t seeing everything.
“It was a small lapse of judgement and when I checked the video footage and realised it was nonatyasastra.comt my vehicle I made an appropriate judgement on seeing a woman walking through a parking lot.
“I am sorry to anyone I offended. If anyone would like to get in touch with me about this please contact the Pate Police Media Unit.”
On Tuesday evening, the woman said she was considering taking legal action against Constable Meeha