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Inspector who had sex in Screwfix car park banned from policing

A police inspector who had sex with another officer in the middle of a Screwfix car park has been banned from policing after sharing lurid messages about female colleagues.

Acting inspector Andrew McLullich, of Merseyside Police, swapped texts about other female colleagues - describing one new recruit as "tip top, only 19" and "impressionable too".

The 42-year-old exchanged WhatsApp messages with a fellow officer, PC Paul Jackson, in which the pair made graphic sexual comments about numerous female colleagues. Jackson described one woman as having "the best t**s on the block", the ECHO reports.

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The former officer, who resigned from the force after being served a regulation 30 notice for misconduct, was at the centre of a contentious court case earlier this year in which another former policeman, Garvin Harper, was accused of assaulting him after catching him in a compromising position with his estranged wife, Stephanie Glynn.

Harper, 45, had followed Ms Glynn - also a serving police officer - to the car park of Screwfix in Birkenhead, where he found her having sex with McLullich in the back of his Kia Sportage at around 11.30pm on February 16 2021.

Harper was cleared of assaulting McLullich, but was found guilty of stalking Ms Glynn after secretly planting a tracking device on her car. He was sentenced two years in jail, suspended for two years.

Merseyside Police has now published the findings of its 2022 misconduct hearing for both McLullich and Jackson, having withheld the report for two years pending the conclusion of the court case.

The panel found McLullich and Jackson breached the Standards of Professional