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Police warned not to strip naked at gay nightclub’s saucy ‘Porn Idol’ event

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Police officers have been warned to keep their clothes on at a gay club's "Porn Idol" event where contestants strip for cash.

Officers have had an email telling them not to join in the flesh-fest as it “makes it awkward” for staff who may have to deal with them when they are on duty in future.

Met Police bobbies have been warned they face disciplinary action if they bare all at Heaven nightclub in central London – even if they are off duty.

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The email sent by an inspector states: “It makes it awkward for the staff at the location to then have to deal with you when you are next on shift attending the venue to carry out official duties.’’

The inspector added that “CCTV would be viewed and officers spoken to” if they took part.

The news comes after Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary put the force in special measures following a series of high-profile scandals and a failure to properly record crime.

Sir Mark Rowley was announced as the new Met commissioner last month, taking over from Dame Cressida Dick who resigned after being told by London mayor Sadiq Khan he no longer had confidence in her.

The G-A-Y Porn Idol competition is held every Thursday evening and is often hosted by stars of the TV show RuPaul’s Drag Race.

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The event made headlines in February when the singer Adele made a surprise appearance at the club.

Superstar Adele made a surprise appearance as a guest judge at the event in February.

A spokesman for the Met told The Times: “An inspector from the West End proactive partnership team has sent an email to staff within the Met’s central west borough command unit after a matter was reported to the Met’s licensing officers.

“There is no suggestion of any unlawful act having taken place. However, officers were reminded of the need to uphold standards while off duty, especially when identifying themselves as police officers.”

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