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Monday, 11 November 2019

Drunken police officer is suspended for a month after being caught on camera dancing NAKED in a nightclub

A police officer has been suspended for a month after he was caught dancing naked in a nightclub while 'highly intoxicated'. 
Cebron Hackett was off-duty when he was caught on camera at Discovery Nightclub in Little Rock, Arkansas, on October 13. 
He has now been suspended without pay for 30 days and was ordered to complete remedial training. 
Shocking video footage shows Hackett completely naked and dancing to Don't Stop Believin' by Journey. 
He stumbles around the cleared dance floor while incredulous onlookers watch him fall into a table and get grabbed by a security guard. 
Hackett then pushes the guard away before falling on to the floor. He is eventually dragged out of the club by two security guards. 
Chief Jody Spradlin wrote in his letter of suspension that Hackett appeared to be 'highly intoxicated' and his actions had brought 'discredit and embarrassment upon the Conway Police Department'.

Cebron Hackett was off-duty when he was caught on camera at Discovery Nightclub in Little Rock, Arkansas, on October 13
He has now been suspended without pay for 30 days and was ordered to complete remedial training
Cebron Hackett was off-duty when he was caught on camera at Discovery Nightclub in Little Rock, Arkansas, on October 13. He has now been suspended without pay for 30 days and was ordered to complete remedial training
Shocking video footage shows Hackett completely naked and dancing to Don't Stop Believin' by Journey
Shocking video footage shows Hackett completely naked and dancing to Don't Stop Believin' by Journey
According to the letter, seen by ABC 7, Hackett was driven to nearby the Conway Police Department where his personal vehicle was parked and he then drove himself home.  
Chief Spradlin added that Hackett would not have been able to 'safely and legally drive a motor vehicle'. 
Hackett has not been charged with a crime.    
According to THV11, Hackett posted about the incident on Facebook and wrote: 'A few weeks ago I made a huge mistake and accepted the consequences that came along with it.
'Please understand that mistake does not define me.'
The Little Rock police department has said its officers weren't aware Hackett was a police officer when they decided not to arrest him. 

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