A Philadelphia Police Officer made multiple complaints to her supervisors about her colleague's inappropriate behavior and when nothing was being done about it, her attorney said, "We’re going to take it to a jury and see what they have to say about Mr. Fruit Of The Loom."

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The Complaint

Officer Kelly Neal of the Philadelphia Police Department filed a federal lawsuit because she was demoted to street duty due to her complaints about her colleague's inappropriate actions.

Neal's complaints were that her colleague, community relations officer Jose Dones, was taking his pants off in the office.

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The suit states that Dones would not use the locker room or bathroom to change clothes, instead, he would change from one pair of pants into another in the middle of the office. Even after multiple complaints by Neal and other male and female officers, Dones office stripping did not stop.

Neal decided to secretly record what was going on and use it as evidence.

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The Video Evidence

“At approximately 0:08 seconds into the video,” the complaint alleges, “Defendant Dones fingers the crack in his buttocks to remove his wedged underwear therefrom.” (The Philadelphia Inquirer)

Rude businessman scratches his buttocks - NOT something to do in public!
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Dones was standing directly behind Neal while changing clothes, other officers were also present. One of the videos shows an officer placing food in the refrigerator while Dones is half-naked nearby.

Dones attorney, Angela Lee Velez said the video of her client is a violation of the law because it was taken without his permission. She argued that Dones did nothing wrong and he acted “without any malicious intent.”

Neal's Attorney

Attorney, J. Conor Corcoran said that his client, Neal, also lodged a complaint with Internal Affairs.

“We’re going to take it to a jury and see what they have to say about Mr. Fruit Of The Loom,” Corcoran said. (The Philadelphia Inquirer)

The lawsuit posits that no action has been taken against Dones due to Dones's friendships with Police Department leaders, including two chief inspectors. (The Philadelphia Inquirer)

A Closer Look at Dones

Looking through the Philly Police Department Socia Media, Jose Dones seems to be well-liked by the department.

Neal claims she was degraded from her position at the Victim Assistance Desk to Street Duty in retaliation for complaining about Dones.

No trial date has been set.

Read More Here: The Philadelphia Inquirer

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