That’s no hooker — that’s your arresting officer.
A Seattle police captain found out the hard way that one of his fellow officers was on undercover vice patrol, a report said.
The captain, Randal Wollery, 53, propositioned a woman he thought was a hooker — but she was actually an undercover cop, local television station KIRO 7 reported.
He was arrested after he offered her $40, the report said.
The captain, who works in the department’s professional standards bureau, was then rushed though the criminal justice system — getting booked in jail then released in less than half an hour, according to the report.
“Seattle police arrested a 53-year-old SPD employee last night in an undercover Vice operation in North Seattle,” the police department told the station in a statement.
“The employee was booked into King County Jail with a request for misdemeanor charges, and the information was forwarded to the Office of Police Accountability,” they added.
Wollery was suspended after the bust.