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restore_democracy t1_j9oe10i wrote

> Police Sergeant 2325 Steve Evans posted in a group chat a Peppa Pig video which changed into a clip featuring an adult man performing a sex act with a pig.
>According to a report, PS Evans is respected by his colleagues.


tjeulink t1_j9oj8m1 wrote

so sad that cops can't enjoy content they star in.


Nightie_Whities t1_j9ol5j9 wrote

Hey, fucko, we like to call it inter-species erotica.


misterfriend t1_j9oxi2h wrote

"Extreme" connotates the very limits of human potential. I don't think Babe could consent.


PooPartySoraka t1_j9ragxb wrote

"According to a report, PS Evans is respected by his colleagues." absolutely sent me


Shmoop_Doop t1_j9qt19r wrote

Honestly just sounds like he has a fucked up sense of humor which isn’t worth firing someone over


restore_democracy t1_j9r172q wrote

Did you read the article? This wasn’t a cartoon, it was actual bestiality porn, which on top of being, you know, sick, is also illegal.


MetricVeil t1_j9opd43 wrote

From the article:

"It adds the video did not cause any actual harm to public confidence in policing because it was shared in a private forum."

And now, the actions of the officer and a description of what the video showed has been shared with the public. Some really shaky logic in this reasoning.


misterfriend t1_j9oxurj wrote

He's very good at hiding what he knows is wrong, making him a champion of ethics and a guardian of innocence!


jordantask t1_j9phrkw wrote

Not only that, the cop who posted it is respected by his colleagues.


misterfriend t1_j9pj9uh wrote

They admire his exquisite taste, and are always nudging each other.

"Where does he get all this good shit?"


RingGiver t1_j9rpueo wrote

They even shared his badge number.


MetricVeil t1_j9ss6vh wrote

In the UK it's called a collar or shoulder number, Force Identification Number (FIN).

They released his name, would his collar number make him more publicly identifiable?


Jeremy_irons_cereal t1_j9ojqt9 wrote

If that was anyone else they would be doing 6 months in jail or at least a suspended sentence.

That stuff has been illegal since 2007. How the fuck has this man still got his job as a copper?!?


misterfriend t1_j9oxqjd wrote

Anybody who ever showed it to me back when the internet was new tried to tell me they downloaded it because it was funny. Yeah, right.


Netroth t1_j9qt0vv wrote

I was rather mentally disturbed by a video that someone showed me of a woman and a tiger, which he had on his phone “because it’s funny”. Thing is, he wasn’t laughing, but he did have a smile on his face 🤮


misterfriend t1_j9qtd3v wrote

Sling Blade offers the two varieties of "funny."

I prefer the "funny, ha-ha" to being frozen in shock.


sexybimbogf t1_j9qd34l wrote

> since 2007

you're kidding. how was this legal before then???


Jeremy_irons_cereal t1_j9qfppj wrote

Well back then, even though there was plenty of videos going round of that stuff to buy, it was made in countries where it was legal to do that stuff, the Internet was still a little bit wild westy, so unless you got caught with the kid shit, no one really cared about the porn you were downloading. Once it became more well known that people getting caught with pedo stuff had rape videos and beastiality videos in their collections aswell, they thought there was a link between going from normal porn, to animal porn and rape videos, then to pedo porn. So to try and stop it, they made it illegal to download "extreme" porn. I'm just going off of memory for all of this, but I think it fell under the misuse of computer act that they made the same year. So basically, they did this, but there was a clause that if you had any material where you could prove you had it before 2007, you wouldn't get in trouble for it because it wasn't illegal to own when you got it, but anything after, you were in the shit.

Even today you can still buy animal sex dvds from company's that sell mail order. They won't advertise it, you have to be buying stuff from the same company for a while before they send you their "explicit" collection magazines. These companies have been doing this same tactic for almost 40 years back when porn was all VHS.


sparksofthetempest t1_j9ofxen wrote

Someone watched the very first episode of Black Mirror.


gorgonopsidkid t1_j9pzrlq wrote

"Extreme porn" is a funny way to say bestiality.


EdgeOfWetness t1_j9p0und wrote

Who put him in the bag in the first place? Was that his kink?


Grniii t1_j9ocfww wrote

I’m surprised he kept his job. I have heard of police officers losing careers for much less serious incidents.


tjeulink t1_j9ojbgi wrote

have you not followed any news in the past forever?


Grniii t1_j9ojh08 wrote

I’m not in the USA. The shit going on there is next level! This story comes from the UK…totally different culture, opinions, experience and standards.


tjeulink t1_j9on1pq wrote

The MET is currently literally being purged because surprise surprise, they are infested with rapists and abusers on every level at alarming rates (according to the MET themselves!). currently 1070 suspects are employed at the MET, 2.9% of the force. 1 in 35 is suspected of being an abuser and/or rapist.


RhysieB27 t1_j9p4u5c wrote

So your response to someone's surprise that a police officer kept their job is to discuss what even you've described as a "purge" of police officers?


tjeulink t1_j9pbp5a wrote

The purge happened because people kept keeping their jobs after reports, and it only happened with the MET, only a few months ago. The MET themselves saying that there is a culture problem, meaning MET cops still aren't held accountable and that number is likely to increase more.

So yea my response is that, because its one of the few quantifyable datapoints we have about the corrupt police force.

Oink oink.


RhysieB27 t1_j9pciqx wrote

The point being made is that the UK is far, far better at holding its officers to account than the US. There have indeed been institutional failings in the Met (an abbreviation for Metropolitan, not an acronym, by the way) but that's just one police force and those issues are now getting rectified.


tjeulink t1_j9pew19 wrote

Nobody was talking about the US, its completely irrelevant for how abusive the UK police force is.

Where are the independent rearches into other police organizations then if others dont cultivate the same problems? Oh wait they dont exist? Shocking. almost as if its a broader police problem, especially since this problem goes as far as special protection units at the top.

You really going to believe them on their blue eyes when all independant evidence points towards the opposite?


RhysieB27 t1_j9pglxg wrote

I'm not sure if you've forgotten what thread you're in but the first person that replied to you suggested that the worst of the news about law enforcement comes from the US. That's the angle I'm coming from. If your original comment wasn't alluding to news from the US then fair enough and I apologise, but when I joined the conversation, people definitely were talking about the US.

I definitely don't believe them, no. To be clear, I'm not defending the police. In fact I'm pretty sure we're actually in agreement. My only motivation for replying to your comment originally was to call out what I perceived as a logical inconsistency.


tjeulink t1_j9pok2k wrote

I said its irrelevant for what i said when it was brought up by op. The original commenter never talked about the us in their original post, only when responding to me explaining the vast abuse by uk police in an attempt to diminish its severety.

I understand, thank you for the clarification and sorry for the misunderstanding


DownvoteEvangelist t1_j9ozipr wrote

And they are doing something about it... I think 1 in 35 is pretty low for police force. Would love to see data for other countries...


tjeulink t1_j9p5cbx wrote

It doesnt matter if its low compared to other countries. Its abysmal from a human perspective, especially from people supposed to protect you.

If teachers or doctors had those numbers we would sharpen pitchforks and light torches.


DownvoteEvangelist t1_j9p8udm wrote

The bottom 2.8% percent of anything is usually pretty bad, including teachers and doctors...

Police work attracts many unsavory individuals who are drawn to the power, violence, and immunity from consequences that the job offers. Good police force tries to weed out these people, bad embraces them....


tjeulink t1_j9pcfe2 wrote

Feel free to provide statistics of your claim that 2.8% of teachers and doctors are also "pretty bad". I would also catagorize systemic rape and rapist protection systemically (again according to the MET themselves) is a bit worse than "pretty bad". If the army did it it wouldve been a warcrime.


Suired t1_j9olnb1 wrote

Looks like they finally learned from the best...


Staticoli t1_j9otgi5 wrote

Our government is very confusing and alot of smoke and mirrors. Maybe I need to start reading more


Inconceivable-2020 t1_j9q2vj1 wrote

As punishment for his acts, PS Evans was made DS Evans.


HumanConsideration61 t1_j9r0ns3 wrote

I's kinda fucked up..... Buuuut I can kinda see how it could be humorous. I'd have to watch the video to effectively rate it.


FrozenReaper t1_j9s21jf wrote

And so, begins the first chapter in Humanity's Black Mirror age


Harry_Gorilla t1_j9oujw5 wrote

I’m chuckling at the starfish awards


BertzReynolds t1_j9ouzhd wrote

Bad title.


RhysieB27 t1_j9p4wr3 wrote

How so?


BertzReynolds t1_j9p5pyg wrote

“Escapes sack”

Whoops, didn’t realize this was from the UK.


AtticusAnonymopoulos t1_j9pafsk wrote

For about 3 seconds I was imagining him trapped inside a sack and struggling to get out.


RhysieB27 t1_j9pb7ry wrote

Ah fair enough, "the sack" is a very common phrase here in the UK.


perfecttrapezoid t1_j9peaw5 wrote

Pig likes to watch a pig get raped, what a sicko. Only the best and brightest, folks


Crooked_Cock t1_j9zh4yr wrote

Police can commit a murder in broad daylight and get paid leave so I shouldn’t be surprised this person got off (possibly both literally and figuratively)