‘HE TOOK IT OUT AND STOOD THERE SMIL­ING…’

Fam­ily cop ex­posed him­self to three women – court told

Midweek Sport - - NEWS - By JON LIVESEY

A PO­LICE of­fi­cer ac­cused of ex­pos­ing him­self to a busty woman bur­glary vic­tim told fel­low of­fi­cers, “You couldn’t miss her boobs”, a court heard.

De­tec­tive Con­sta­ble Jef­frey Davies, 42, is ac­cused of sex­u­ally as­sault­ing and ex­pos­ing him­self to women while act­ing as their fam­ily li­ai­son of­fi­cer.

One woman claims Davies grabbed her hand and put in on his erect pe­nis, while an­other says he stroked her leg in a “sex­ual way”.

A third woman al­leges that while in­ves­ti­gat­ing a bur­glary Davies took his pe­nis out “and stood there smil­ing”.

The same woman al­leges he made sex­ual com­ments about her breasts while tak­ing a state­ment.

Swansea Crown Court heard ex­tracts of Davies’ in­ter­views with in­ves­ti­gat­ing of­fi­cers who grilled him about the com­ments.

Asked how he would de­scribe the woman’s breasts Davies said: “You can’t miss them.

“She’s got large breasts not in keep­ing with the rest of her body.”

The of­fi­cers told Davies that af­ter she took him into her bed­room to point out ar­eas of dam­age said to have been caused dur­ing the break-in, she al­leged he sud­denly ex­posed him­self to her “and stood there smil­ing”.

But Davies, of South Wales Po­lice, de­nied mak­ing any com­ments to the com­plainant or ex­pos­ing him­self to her, say­ing: “It wouldn’t make any sense to do it, it sim­ply has not hap­pened.”

Davies told the of­fi­cers the woman “made up” al­le­ga­tions about him be­cause he did not be­lieve she had been bur­gled.

He said her claims were “one hun­dred per cent” made up and added: “I was absolutely amazed.

“I wouldn’t give her a crime num­ber be­cause I didn’t be­lieve she’d told us the truth and I didn’t be­lieve she had been bur­gled.

“I could not es­tab­lish a bur­glary had hap­pened there. Some­thing had hap­pened, not a bur­glary.”

Davies, of Merthyr Tyd­fil, de­nies two charges of sex­ual as­sault and one of ex­po­sure. The trial con­tin­ues.

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