Police officer is scolded for topless TikTok videos of him singing and making crude sexualised jokes


Police officer is scolded for topless TikTok videos of him singing and making crude sexualised jokes

  • Police Constable Narinder Mahi ‘appeared topless’ singing in a Tiktok video
  • At one point he mimes the words to a crude sexual joke about ‘trying Indian’
  • West Midlands Police said his conduct ‘fell short of the behaviour expected’

A police officer has been reprimanded for posting topless videos of himself singing and making sexualised jokes on TikTok.

Narinder Mahi, a PC with West Midlands Police, can be seen mouthing: ‘Have you tried Indian yet darling?

‘Oh you must. Once you go brown, the other colours let you down.’ The line is a joke from Indian comedian Vir Das.

Narinder Mahi, a PC with West Midlands Police, has been reprimanded for posting topless videos of himself singing and making sexualised jokes on TikTok

The officer, who works in the Lozells and East Handsworth area of Birmingham, can also be seen topless singing to Indian music.

Mahi is said to call himself ‘Special Agent Fox’ and has reportedly boasted of being an officer but denies he was on duty at the time, according to The Sun.

He says the Indian comment that he mimed was a ‘joke thing’.

The officer, who works in the Lozells and East Handsworth area of Birmingham can be seen mouthing: 'Have you tried Indian yet darling? 'Oh you must. Once you go brown, the other colours let you down'

The officer, who works in the Lozells and East Handsworth area of Birmingham can be seen mouthing: 'Have you tried Indian yet darling? 'Oh you must. Once you go brown, the other colours let you down'

The officer, who works in the Lozells and East Handsworth area of Birmingham can be seen mouthing: ‘Have you tried Indian yet darling? ‘Oh you must. Once you go brown, the other colours let you down’

It not known how his commanding officers found the videos on his TikTok account.

West Midlands Police said his conduct ‘fell short of the behaviour expected’. He is expected to get a dressing down and ‘advised about his future conduct’.

In 2017, Mahi was given a Commanders Award for giving first aid to a victim of crime and helping the apprehend their attackers.

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