Drunk Officer Tries to Kiss Man’s Girlfriend, Shouts “F*ck You, I’m a Police Officer!”
Officer did not shoot the fellow cop when he attempted to get his revolver out — what would they have done if it was a citizen?
It seems an undercover police officer was not really interested in protecting his identity, nor his reputation, when he engaged in inappropriate behavior with the guests at the Hyatt.
Apparently, Officer Scott Perry caused quite a ruckus at the hotel last Saturday.
Alpharetta Police had to be called in to help the man calm down.
65-year-old Genesco Carvalhais and his girlfriend were eating at a restaurant located inside the hotel when a heavily drunk off-duty Perry approached them.
At first, Perry made tasteless remarks to Carvalhais’ girlfriend.
Then, he tried to kiss her right in front of her man.
As if that was not enough he proceeded to take plate of food off the table.
Perry also attempted to kiss the frustrated man as he tried to get his food back.
Soon after, a physical fight ensued, which left Carvalhais’ shirt ripped and his watch and necklace damaged.
Perry got up the floor and once again he made in appropriate advances toward the lady.
Eventually, hotel staff called Alpharetta Police for help.
What followed was another comedy of errors.
When officers knocked at Perry’s door, he answered wearing nothing but his underwear.
According to one of the officers, the man was so drunk that his speech was slurred and he even found it hard to stand up straight.
However, it was when the officers asked Perry what went on in the hotel lobby that the heavily intoxicated man lost it.
He started shouting profanities such as: “F–k you, I’m a police officer!” and “I’ll have all your jobs!”.
He then tried to grab his service revolver when officers stalled him.
Next he turned to grab his clothes – but he was once again stopped as police officers were concerned that he might have been hiding another weapon underneath the pile of clothes.
A Taser had to be used to control the enraged man.
Further investigation revealed that Perry had been with the department for over a decade.
His current duty involves being an undercover officer with the fugitive unit.
The disgraced officer has been placed on administrative leave until he is hearing with the Atlanta police Chief George Turner.
However, despite the severe condemnation of Perry’s behavior and his drunken attempts to disturb civilians, he shall continue to receive a paycheck.
This is unsettling in light of the fact that his disorderly conduct did not bode well with anyone, yet he is still entitled to taxpayer money.
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