Cop Pulls Woman Over, Threatens to Imprison Her Unless She Let Him “Smell Her Feet”



Had it not been for the bravery of a Houston woman, a police officer would have continued to believe that he could subject innocent civilians to his sexual fetishes.

However, one person’s courageous decision to come forward has landed him behind bars.

How it all unfolded

Twenty-seven-year-old Cy Fair ISD officer Patrick Quinn pulled over a female driver more than a year ago; she was returning home from a friend’s place in the early hours of the morning on August 11, 2014.

At first the cop told the woman that her insurance had expired; later, he claimed that he could smell marijuana on her as well.

She agreed for him to search her vehicle – Quinn ordered her to wait in his patrol car.

The officer returned with a marijuana grinder, which the startled woman said was not hers.

In a blatant move to manipulate her, he asked what she would have done had she been in Quinn’s position.

She told him that he should let her go right away.

Nonetheless, the sexually perverted man had other plans.

He told her that she was free to go on one condition – if she let him smell her feet because he had a long time foot fetish.

Realizing that she had no way out of the sticky situation and the only tactic to avoid jail would be to succumb to his demands, the woman decided to remove her shoes.

This is when Quinn had a second thought, seeing her remove her socks he told her that it was probably best that he did not smell her feet, because then he would want to lick them – but the afterthought did not mean that he was ready to let her go.

Instead, he offered another alternative; he was happy to walk away with her underwear.

At this point, the woman was perhaps ready to do anything to get rid of him so she removed the athletic shorts she was wearing underneath and offered them to the officer.

As if things were not creepy enough, Quinn refused to take them.

He told the woman to leave and did not press any charges.

The cop who thought he was above the law
The next day she reported the matter to the authorities.

During the course of the investigation, the cop’s fingerprints were found on the woman’s insurance card and that further substantiated her claim.

The Harris County District Attorney’s office says there are at least three other people who were harassed by the same officer.

They were subjected to sexual comments and demands by him.

Assistant District Attorney Allison Buess says this kind of behavior is unacceptable.

“The reality is many victims of this kind of conduct don’t come forward, but because of the courage of the victims who spoke up, Mr. Quinn will never again be able to use a badge to prey on the people he should have been protecting,” she added.