Police inspector calls 11 prostitutes in 1 day from his office while on dutyBy Mason White 4:30 PM December 10, 2015
|Police Inspector Lee Lyons|
By: Feng Qian
A high-ranking police official has been charged with breaching standards of professional behaviour after allegedly calling prostitutes from his office while on duty, police in the United Kingdom said.
Lee Lyons was charged with 21 counts of breaching standards of professional behaviour after being accused of spending time with prostitutes and posting police information on social media accounts.
According to the police investigation, Lyons made 23 calls to 11 prostitutes in one day from his office while he was on duty.
Lyons of Hastings, will be facing a public hearing on Monday. In one incident, Lyons called two prostitutes and asked them if they were available while he was in his office.
The next month, he made calls to two other prostitutes while on duty, and in a third incident, he called 11 prostitutes 23 times.
Lyons is also accused of posting a message on Facebook, about a 7-year-old girl who was shot and killed by her father. Mary Shipstone was shot dead by her father, Yasser Alromisse in Northiam.
Her body was found in a car parked in a driveway next to her house. Lyons wrote about the incident on Facebook, despite not being authorized to comment.
Lyons secretly maintained a relationship with a reporter and fed her information about cases.