A police offer has been suspened for two days following his actions at a Cleveland Browns game. Those actions included dunking his head into a bucket of urine.
As the News-Hearld reports, Patrolman Phil Croucher will be suspended two days, with one day held in abeyance upon completion of an alcohol evaluation, which will be arranged and paid for by the city.
The video of Croucher has more than 295,000 views on the video-sharing website YouTube.
In Police Chief Dan Llewellyn’s disciplinary action notice, he explained his decision to suspend Croucher, who is a 16-year police veteran.
“You were identified as a Mentor Police Officer and that information was broadcast on many of the television, internet and news print media casting a negative light on the professionalism of not only yourself as a M.P.D. officer, but the entire organization,” Llewellyn wrote.
Apparently nine other officers paid Croucher $50 each to dunk his head in the bucket.