Maryland cop is caught having steamy make-out session with scantily-clad woman before the pair get into the back of his patrol car: Viral TikTok sparks probe by Prince George’s County Police
- Officers with the Prince George’s County Police say they have opened a probe
- The video was originally posted to TikTok on Monday
- The officer in the footage has not been identified
A Maryland police officer has seemingly been caught making out with a woman outside his patrol car before the two get in the backseat together.
Officers with the Prince George‘s County Police say they have opened a probe after being made aware of the video.
‘As soon as we became aware earlier today, we opened an investigation to determine the circumstances,’ the department tweeted on Tuesday.
‘Additional information will be released once investigated and confirmed.’
The video first shows the pair kissing as the woman touches the officer’s head. The woman then heads to the back of the car, with the officer’s arm around her.
She opens the door before getting in, with the officer joining her.
The footage was originally posted to TikTok on Monday night and has been watched more than two million times.
The poster wrote: ‘Pg cops don’t care.’
Kids can he heard and seen running nearby the couple.
The officer in the footage has not been identified.
A group of men can be heard in the background speaking Spanish as they judge the scene.
One says: ‘Look! Look! He’s taking her to the car!’
Another adds: ‘He’s an animal, the bald cop!’
Thousands of social media users have commented on the video, with many calling for the officer to be fired.
‘This needs the “you about to lose your job” sound,’ said one TikTok user.
‘Should’ve called the cops… oh,’ said another.
‘Meanwhile a lil old lady somewhere getting robbed or worse,’ added a third.
Others wondered how the loved up pair would get out of the backseat, as the backseats of police cars supposedly can’t be opened from the inside.
One person said: ‘Obviously, there’s a trick to open from the inside.’
DailyMail.com has reached out to Prince George’s County police for comment on this story.