A British policeman has been fired after he was caught offering sexual services for money while on sick leave, The BBC reported.
Richard Holder of Sussex Police resigned before his dismissal at a disciplinary hearing back on April 9.
Chief Constable Giles York told the hearing at force headquarters in Lewes that Holder advertised on an adult website.
Holder admitted to all of the allegations and apologised for his lack of judgement.
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He is the second Sussex police officer to have been caught advertising his services as a prostitute in less than two years.
Back in December 2016, Hastings-based police constable Daniel Moss was dismissed after advertising himself as a male prostitute.
Last year it also emerged Inspector Tony Lumb of Sussex Police could face criminal charges over claims he had sex with women he met while on duty.
Holder was accepting payment for sexual encounters at his home while he was off duty and on sick leave.
The article originally appeared on BBC