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A police officer who sexually harassed women will keep his job, after a court ruled against an appeal by the New South Wales Police Commissioner.
Sergeant Raymond Sewell, who worked at Coonamble, was sacked in July 2007 after he was found to have inappropriately touched and made offensive comments to women.
There were allegations he grabbed the buttocks of a colleague's wife, asked to smell a female colleague's breasts, told sexist jokes and undid the halterneck top of a woman in a pub.
He got his job back after the Industrial Commission found his behaviour occurred when he was depressed and drinking heavily while on medication.
Originally posted by Laurauk
Lucky he did not do this in the UK. He would be charged and found guilty of sexual assault.
Does no matter wheither he was depressed, or under medication, he violated/sexually asaulted a female with his actions. How they came to this conclusion is disgusting to say the least. In this day and age women should not have to put up with this.