A resident of Toronto is alleging that his life was “devastated” after an Ontario Provincial Police officer endangered him to sodomize him with a pink sex toy, while claiming to have recorded a proof of the incident with a spy camera. 46-years-old Jagdis Tirbany has announced that he is going to sue the OPP, charging the officers with sexual assault, intimidation and a two-year campaign of harassment, which enforced him to close his tow truck business.
Tirbani announced to suffered from a loss of at least $100,000 due to the alleged harassment that led him to wind up his towing business. He was addressing the media in front of the Toronto OPP station, where the incident occurred, on Wednesday, when he mentioned that “some days I feel like I can’t wake up… I had a good life before this.” Tirbany and his lawyer, Davin Charney, mentioned their plan to sue OPP was determined after the Crown withdrew charge of uttering threats against Const. Ludgero Café in early February. The charge had been recommended by the province’s Special Investigations Unit.
The incident occurred on March 12, 2012, when Tirbany was called in the OPP station on Keele St. for fingerprinting after an assault charge, which were later withdrawn, when he was equipped with a hidden camera in a pen hanging from his shirt pocket. The video records his interaction with three police officers, one of whom, Café, appears in the video holding two pink sex toys. He asks, “which one do you want?” and says: “If you ever end up going to jail…in a nice mostly dark place…That’s exactly what Bubba’s gonna do to you. I will personally send a nice…to take care of you in there.”
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