Cop Pulls Woman Over, Threatens to Lock Her in Jail if She Doesn’t Let Him Sniff Her Feet

David Boroff | Daily News

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Pictured: Officer Quinn.

Officer Patrick Quinn said he ‘would let her go without smelling her feet if she would let him have her underwear,’ according to court documents obtained by the Daily News.

But he said that if she still chose to have him smell her feet, ‘he was probably going to lick them too.’

A former Texas cop with a foot fetish is accused of asking a woman for sexual favors in exchange for not arresting her, court documents show.

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Former school district officer Patrick Quinn has been charged with two counts of official opression, the Harris County District Attorney’s Office announced Monday.

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Officer Quinn of the Cy-Fair school district pulled over a woman on Aug. 11 and told her he smelled marijuana in her car, according to the DA’s office.

Officer Quinn claims he found a marijuana grinder in her vehicle, but the woman told him it did not belong to her and that no one else had been in her car.

The cop then told the woman about his foot fetish, the DA’s office said.

“The officer told (her) that he would let her go if she would let him smell her feet,” according to Harris County court documents obtained by the Daily News.

“If she refused, he would have to take her to jail.”

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