Lawsuit: NJ Dept. top Brass hit Underlings w Dildo, Defecated in their Boots

The Thin Blue Line is taking a stand against a "Big Blue" dildo.

Literally.

Six cops for the Mountainside Police Department are suing the Borough of Mountainside, New Jersey.

Their lawsuit claims department brass smacked subordinates with a dildo dubbed "Big Blue," rammed flashlights up their backsides and put genitals on unsuspecting co-workers' food.

Detective Sgt. Andrew Huber, who is in charge of the internal affairs investigation unit, once defecated in another officer's boots.

Sgt. Andrew Huber

One of the many allegations against Huber says he would place his testicles on people's food or in their drink without them knowing, an act he called "braining."

Huber would then take a picture of his genitalia touching the item.

Then he would show it to the officers after they ate or drank it.

He would also walk around the restroom naked, taunt the department with the dildo and throw feces-smeared toilet paper at co-workers.

"[Huber] while sitting on the toilet, would fling excrement soiled toilet paper," at plaintiff Christopher Feighner, the lawsuit says.

Other times, Huber would stand naked on top of a bench in the locker room so when another officer walked in "Huber's penis would be face level to the officer," the lawsuit says.

The department's second in command, Lt. Thomas Murphy, is accused of attempting to sodomize fellow officers with a flashlight.

Lt. Thomas Murphy

"Murphy had a practice of taking his flashlight and ramming it into the anus area of other male officers while at police headquarters,” the lawsuit alleges, adding one of the plaintiffs, James Urban, was once hit "so hard that it hurt for Urban to sit down."

Huber was also not along in his obsession with dildos, the lawsuit says.

Lt. Murphy also brought a sex toy to a 2014 dinner dance where he 'waved it above his head and in people's heads.'

When Jeffrey Stinner, one of the former officers included in the lawsuit, complained to his superiors that his wife, who attended the dinner, was deeply offended, Murphy called him a "prude."

A video, included above, from 2015, shows Huber hitting a dispatcher in the face with 'Big Blue.'

Huber can be seen approaching the man saying, "I have something for you and it's blue."

"As Huber stuck Big Blue in the male dispatcher's face and hit him over the head with it, Murphy laughed and stated "get him", "what's it smell like", "I hope it doesn't smell like what I think it smells like," the lawsuit alleges.

The video confirms the allegations.

Murphy and Huber can be heard laughing during the incident.

During yet another incident, Huber is accused of chasing the local fire chief around police headquarters with 'Big Blue.'

Police Chief Allan Attanasio shouted "get him" and "put it in his mouth," encouraging Huber, the lawsuit claims.

Sgt. Andrew Huber (left) Police Chief Allan Attanasio (right)

The officers also allege their superiors would play a 'gazer game" where they would point to their zippers and if anyone looked, the officers would say they were 'gay.'

In 2015, during a meeting with Chief Attanasio, several officers and Councilman and Police Commissioner Keith Turner, Murphy made a joke using the N-word.

"Murphy, we know you're a racist," Turner responded.

But he was never reprimanded.

The lawsuit, with can be read in full, also describes activity that could be considered illegal.

For instance, the lawsuit alleges Attanosio pointed his handgun's laser pointer at people, which could be considered aggravated assault.

It accuses Murphy of "buzzing" one plaintiff's vehicle, speeding past him so fast it caused his vehicle to wobble.

Hubert was paid twice, by the department and the school district, for hours he worked as a coach during a family event.

Meanwhile, Murphy has been allowed to operate a business that provides armored vehicles during department time, according to the lawsuit.

Murphy also opened up a fruit stand in 2016 and spends on-duty time there as well.

Murphy earns $140,000 annually. Huber earns $133,000 and the chief earns $144,000, according to NJ1015.com.

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