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Boca Raton Cop Says Porn Stash on Work Computer Came From Search of Jujitsu Videos

Do you know where to find "Adult Obese Dating Thong Big Boobs" and other glorious titles on the internet? On a Boca Raton police officer's work computer, according to an internal affairs report released to the Sun-Sentinel yesterday.

Officer Samuel McCoy, 30, was suspended for a few days after the investigation reportedly revealed 26 porno pictures on his work laptop as well as a bunch of other "erotic" photos and "sexually suggestive videos" -- in addition to clicking on a few links with not-so-casual titles* like "My Juicy Blonde," "Bigger Black Butts," and the aforementioned "Big Boobs" link.

As one not willing to admit a porn stash, McCoy reportedly told investigators he was looking for jujitsu videos before clicking on the links that "piqued my interest," the paper says.

The Sentinel reports that McCoy told investigators he didn't recognize the pics on his computer but said that he looked at some of the other stuff while he was off-duty.

He reportedly said some of the pictures were sent to his personal email account, where he deleted them upon receipt.

As Ronnie from Jersey Shore would say, "Deny, deny deny."

It all started when someone from the city happened to notice a few months ago that the married McCoy was a member of a dating website for swingers.

An investigation was launched that allegedly found 26 nudie pics, 104 snapshots of "women in erotic bathing suits or underwear," and 23 "sexually suggestive videos" from the YouTubes, the Sentinel says.

McCoy was suspended for 84 hours without pay, the paper reports.

This isn't the first time McCoy has had penis problems at work, according to the Sentinel.

He was reportedly caught by a surveillance camera in April "taking pictures of his genital area while on duty," leading to his being suspended without pay for 36 hours.

The paper says McCoy told investigators he "had a medical condition he had to document," although he said he didn't send the pictures to anyone and subsequently deleted them.


*The not-so-subtle titles were referenced in an earlier edition of the Sun-Sentinel's article, which has since been edited.


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