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Monday, June 18, 2018

Two Akron Firefighters on Paid Leave After Allegedly Making Porn at Fire Station

Posted By on Mon, Jun 18, 2018 at 11:42 AM

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According to a report from ABC News 5 Cleveland, two Akron firefighters have been awarded paid leave after allegations surfaced that they created pornographic videos in one of their fire stations. An internal investigation is underway with the Akron fire department, and the Akron police department has expressed no involvement.

Information about the content of the pornographic videos is unknown, so there's no way to say whether this was a full-scale pornographic shooting operation or if a couple of firefighters just took a selfie video of themselves making the beast with two backs while at the station.



(Regardless, this incident feeds into the well-researched and scientifically proven fact that people find firefighters ridiculously sexy.)

However, Akron city spokeswoman Ellen Landers-Nischt said in a statement that the firefighters are accused of making the videos at a firehouse on Akron-Peninsula Road.

City officials have not released the names of the firefighters and Landers-Nischt said the city expects to release more information about the investigation later today. 

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