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21:53 | 23rd September 2017

News: UK

Fri 11 Jun, 2010
By Sam Bristowe


Evans, who has been an officer for 28 years, reportedly admitted about his secret life to his family hours before heading to Newport magistrates court

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A gay policeman is in risk of losing his job after being found to have done police checks on his gay lovers using the work computers.

PC Haydn Evans, 55, who has a wife and two kids, reportedly checked health and criminal records of six men after having sex with them whilst his family remained unknown to his second life.

Evans, who has been an officer for 28 years in the South Wales force, reportedly admitted about his secret life to his family hours before heading to Newport magistrates court. The court gave him a conditional discharge, saying worse was to come from his force and family.


 

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