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Lesly Charles, NYPD Sergeant, Goes On Vulgar Tirade In Brooklyn Chinese Restaurant (VIDEO)

Posted: Updated: 05/22/2012 9:17 am

A uniformed NYPD officer in Brooklyn was caught on video giving a vulgar, profanity-laced rant worthy of a Tarantino flick.

The foul-mouthed fuzz, identified as Sgt. Lesly Charles, can be seen in the video threatening a group of men with extreme violence, explained in graphic detail.

According to The New York Post-- who received the video from the camerman on the condition of anonymity-- the sergeant was frustrated with the men "over a car that was illegally parked on Ditmas Avenue in the Kensington section." He then followed the men into No. 1 Chinese Food restaurant in Bensonhurt, now joined by two plainclothes officers, and delivered this rather unbelievable tirade [WARNING: GRAPHIC LANGUAGE]:

"You guys are hustling or whatever, I ain’t got no problem with that. Listen . . . do your thing. But when I come around and I speak, you f**king listen. Tell your boys...”

I have the long d**k. You don’t. Your pretty face — I like it very much. My d**k will go in your mouth and come out your ear. Don’t f**k with me. All right?..”

“I’ll take my gun and put it up your a-- and then I’ll call your mother afterwards. You understand that?.."

“And I’ll put your s**t in your own mouth..."

“I’m here every f**king day. I don’t go home. I have no life. No kids. I do what I do."

Interestingly, when the cameraman tries to leave the restaurant, the cops tell him he can't leave, although they refuse to say what he's done. "I didn't do anything!" the cameraman says repeatedly.

Reached for comment by The Post, Charles said, “I’m just doing God’s work. You know I can’t comment ...Have a blessed day.

The NYPD is investigating the incident.

In a more benign bad-cop-caught-on-camera incident last summer, a cop "daggered" with paradegoers at the West Indian Day Parade in Brooklyn. Mayor Bloomberg later said the incident was a great advertisement for New York City.


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Filed by Christopher Mathias  |