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NYPD Launches Investigation Into Who Drew Dangly Bits On Their Tickets

NYPD is investigating which officer drew the dangly bits on tickets before they were issued (artist's depiction.)

New York, NY – NYPD officials are investigating which officer is responsible for drawing penis pictures on ticket paper.

New York Daily News reports that, on Monday, an 83rd Precinct officer printed out an excessive tint ticket to give to a motorist.

When the officer printed the ticket, a drawing of the male genitalia was visible on the top of the ticket.

The officer discovered that the top three ticket papers were vandalized, the Daily News reported, so he inexplicably reported the drawings to his supervisor.

The printer paper for tickets is loaded on a roll. The officer who drew the dangly bits must have carefully unrolled the first few sheets of paper, completed his artwork, then rolled it back up and fed the paper into the printer.

NYPD spokesman Inspector Eric Pagan commented on the dangly bit drawings, telling the Daily News, “The commanding officer is aware of the situation and is conducting an investigation.”

The department takes their genitalia drawing seriously. Just one month ago another officer in the department was disciplined for his dangly bit artwork.

According to PIX11, last year Officer Edgar Rivera used his fingernail to press on the top paper of a carbon copy ticket, drawing a surprise that would only show up to the recipient who received the carbon copy of the ticket.

“When I saw that, my reaction was like, ‘Wow,’” ticket recipient Ramon Rodriguez told PIX11 at the time. “How disrespectful. I felt really disrespected.”

Rodriguez hired a private investigator to track the ticket number down to Officer Rivera.

Officer Rivera was recommended to receive additional training from his commanders.

Rodriguez is now suing the city for improperly ticketing him.

OfficerBlue - March Sun, 2018


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