A New Jersey State Trooper was suspended without pay after allegedly pulling women over to ask them out on dates while on the job.

The investigation began after several women filed complaints against the trooper for pulling them over and soliciting for their number. He reportedly also falsified police records to cover it up.

The women targeted were typically between the ages 20 and 35-years-old.

The trooper was arrested Friday, on charges of "third-degree tampering with public records and fourth-degree falsifying or tampering with records." (NJ.com)

Keep in mind, this state trooper was making a little over $60,000 a year.  Was it really worth harassing women on the job? In addition, he could of just went to a bar like most other people do.

Or I don't know, maybe download Tinder? It's less work!

NJ.com says the State Police spokesman declined to comment.

Source: NJ.com

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