NYPD Sergeant's Vulgar Rant Caught on Camera
NYPD Sergeant's Vulgar Rant Caught on Camera

NYPD Sergeant's Vulgar Rant Caught on Camera

Oh the things you catch on camera

A uniformed NYPD sergeant was busted for launching into an offensive tirade against a group of Brooklyn men, threatening to fire at them with his gun while condoning their bad behavior.

According to the New York Post, Sgt. Lesly Charles approves of some criminal activity while on his shift, as long as he is addressed with respect.

“You guys are hustling or whatever, I ain’t got no problem with that,” Charles says in the video supposedly filmed by one of the men being threatened, a 21-year-old who chose to remain anonymous. “Listen, do your thing…but when I come around and I speak, you f*cking listen. Tell your boys.”

The overbearing sergeant was reported to be upset by a car that was illegally parked on Ditmas Avenue in the Kensington section of Brooklyn. Charles proceeds to follow the group into a Chinese food restaurant, continuing his verbal assault. “Your pretty face — I like it very much. My d*ck will go in your mouth and come out your ear. Don’t f*ck with me. All right?”

An NYPD spokeswoman said the department is investigating the incident.

The vulgar rant runs for 20 minutes on a cell-phone recorded video. Watch the footage below.

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