A senior supervisor accused in the Secret Service prostitution scandal has a colorful past protecting Sarah Palin when she was the GOP vice presidential nominee.
David Chaney, 48, retired under pressure Wednesday, and photos on his Facebook page suggest he may have had too much fun in previous positions as well.
“I was really checking her out, if you know what I mean?” Chaney wrote on his Facebook wall in 2009 under this photo of him staring at Palin outside of an SUV. He also joked that he was "a stalker."
Palin fired back at Chaney and worked in an Obama dog meat joke Thursday night on Fox News.
"Well check this out, bodyguard, you're fired," she said. "I hope his wife ... sends him to the doghouse -- as long as he's not eating the dog, along with his former boss." Palin added, "Boys will be boys, but they shouldn't be in positions of authority, and I think it's pretty embarrassing."
Here are more photos from Chaney's Facebook page -- on the campaign trail with Palin again and with a belly dancer in Egypt. Chaney was a Secret Service agent for nearly two decades and was sent on the trip to Colombia to supervise less experienced officers, according to the Washington Post. He is married and has a 26-year-old son.
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