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lmed himself committing solo sex act in UNIFORM at police station and shared video'A policeman is no longer on the job after he allegedly filmed himself committing a solo sex act at a police station. Paul Danks was said to have been in uniform when he shot the self-made porn film and then made the footage available to others. Danks bosses found out about the alleged X-rated act and he faced internal disciplinary proceedings before deciding to quit the force, the Daily Record reports. A source claimed the act was recorded bet

ween April 2014 and June 2016 and had been “shared”. But Danks, 31, claimed he had no idea what a reporter was talking about when approached, and declined further comment. Danks, 31, has run the Tough Mudder charity endurance race in the past Read MoreRelated ArticlesMoment swinger WAVES to sex-obsessed PC who filmed couple having sex from his 2m force helicopter as judge jails him Police Scotland launched an investigation afte

r the alleged act at Longhaugh

Police Station in Dundee came to light. A police spokeswoman confirmed the former soldier, who lives with his girlfriend in Dundee, is no longer a serving officer. She said: “We can confirm that the officer left the organisation after misconduct proceedings.” The source added: Danks left the police towards the end of last year. He wasn’t charged with any criminality and no reports went to the fiscal. The sex act occurred at Longhaugh Police Station in Dundee, it was claimed (Image: Google Maps) “The incident did not involve a patrol car and did not appear online. “He was the subject of misconduct proceedings for engaging in sexual activity while in uniform at Longhaugh Police Station.” Danks has run the Tough Mudder charity endurance race and carried out tandem parachute jumps. When approached for comment, Danks said: “Well, I can tell you just now that I’ve no idea what you’re talking about, to be honest with you. And I’m not

prepared to speak to you.” Ex-Tayside Police boss Justine Curran was caught talk

ing about a colleagues manhood (Image: PA) Read MoreRelated ArticlesBorder officer breaks his leg trying to trip fleeing migrant in dramatic footage as 180 storm Spanish check point The alle

gations are not the first to blight Tayside officers and follow a smutty text message scandal involving the area’s former police chief. In 2012, then Tayside Police chief

constable Justine Curran was caught talking about a colleague’s manhood with her former personal assistant Theresa Noble, who was being investigated at the time for an alleged insurance fraud. The probe uncovered the saucy messages, which were sent while Curran was out of the office. She texted Noble to find out if a senior colleague was at the forces headquarters in Dundee. Theresa Noble wrote Yuck during the text message exchange with Curran (Image: PA/Daily Record) He was suspected of having an affa

ir with a civilian worker at the time. Curran sent Noble a text saying: “Is [x] there?” She replied: “No, he’s probably with [y]?” Curran responded: “He must have a big willy.” Noble wrote back: “Yuck.” Read MoreRelated ArticlesCCTV captures mans bizarre early morning vandalism spree as he goes berserk and headbutts a car A police car was then sent to an address to check if vehicles belonging to the pair were there. Neither woman faced any disciplinary action but Noble later resigned after the fraud probe against her was droppe

d. Curran was recently forced to step down as the boss of Humberside Police and take early retirement after 67 per cent of staff sided against her leadership in a vote of no confidence.