Kerb crawl cop's vice girl shame.
A RESPECTED policeman's career was in tatters tat·ter 1
1. A torn and hanging piece of cloth; a shred.
2. tatters Torn and ragged clothing; rags.
tr. & intr.v. last night after he was convicted of kerb crawling kerb crawling
Brit the act of driving slowly beside a kerb to pick up a prostitute
kerb crawler n .
Det Sgt Mark Daniel, 34, was caught in a notorious red light area where five prostitutes were killed.
He told officers the vice girl in his unmarked police car was helping him to find a burger van.
But Donna Drewry, 30, told Ipswich magistrates: "He knew where we were going, what he wanted."
She heard Daniel crying as he was quizzed by officers. He allegedly said: "Please don't arrest me. I have been in the force 14 years, I'll lose my job."
Government attorney who presents the state's case against the defendant in a criminal prosecution. In some countries (France, Japan), public prosecution is carried out by a single office. In the U.S., states and counties have their own prosecutors. Ian Pells said: "He is a man with an exemplary career and reputation. When people are placed on a pedestal pedestal
In Classical architecture, a support or base for a column, statue, vase, or obelisk. It may be square, octagonal, or circular. A single pedestal may also support a group of columns, or colonnade (see podium). , there is a danger they'll fall off."
Daniel, of Brantham, Suffolk, was fined pounds 700. He has launched an appeal.