Fire Brigade Chief Caught In Latex Amateur Porn Flick

Story ByKoen BerghuisSub EditorJoseph GolderAgencyCEN

This is the saucy fire chief spotted by his underlings performing in an X-rated video wearing latex underwear on a porn website after the clip was leaked online.

The fire brigade chief in the German capital of Berlin, who has not been named due to privacy reasons, was reportedly recognised by one of his colleagues.

When the man went looking for some action on the porn website xhamster, to his surprise he is said to have found his boss performing in a 25-minute X-rated video.

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A screenshot of the video shows the fire brigade chief in latex black underwear while a dark-haired woman dressed in a similar latex outfit helps him take off his shirt.

According to local media, the fire brigade chief has been active as a firefighter since his youth and has managed to make it all the way up to a top position in the chain of command.

The video reportedly went around the Berlin fire brigade units with firefighters sharing the video on WhatsApp.

Many in the service were not too pleased with the chief reportedly showing off his own fire hose in the porn flick.

Fire brigade spokesman Thomas Kirstein said: “The management of the fire brigade heard two weeks ago from multiple fire stations about the video which is circulating among colleagues.

“The state fire brigade director was informed and the firefighter confronted. He immediately admitted that the video was authentic, but referred to it being from his private life.”

The fire brigade chief allegedly only taped the video for private reasons and it was never meant to be shown to others.

It is not known who uploaded the video to the porn platform. After the fire brigade chief lodged a complaint with xhamster the video was reportedly removed.

Kirstein said: “The event was examined by the fire brigade management for criminal and service relevance, this could not be determined.”

He added: “Also, there were no official complaints from colleagues about their chief.”

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Koen Berghuis

Editor of DACHS / Benelux desk for Central European News, roving correspondent with a penchant for travel, culture, geopolitics, history and the in-depth story behind the headlines.

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