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Home Secretary criticises officers accused of f-word rant

The Home Secretary has criticised two police officers who were allegedly caught on voicemail unleashing a tirade of foul-mouthed abuse about a suspected violence victim. WARNING: This story contains language which some readers may find offensive.

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Police accused of f-word rant left on victim's voicemail

An investigation has been launched after two police officers were allegedly caught on voicemail unleashing a tirade of foul-mouthed abuse about a suspected domestic violence victim.

WARNING: This story contains language which some readers may find offensive.

Alex Faragher, 19, says the officers swore and insulted her in a voicemail Credit: BPM Media (Midlands)

The officers had arrived to take a statement at the Sutton Coldfield home of teenager Alex Faragher, 19 - but when they discovered she wasn't in, she says they called her phone.

And she claims a foul-mouthed rant was inadvertently recorded, in which they called her a "f****** slag" and a "bitch".

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