A Wisconsin police officer has resigned after an internal investigation revealed he had sex almost 100 times while on the job, officials said.
According to documents obtained by the Hudson Star-Observer, which were confirmed by police to NBC Chicago, former Officer John Worden allegedly spent about four to six hours each work day making personal phone calls and had sex on the job roughly 98 times.
The Hudson Police Department first began an internal investigation into Worden after the department received a citizen complaint alleging officer misconduct in April 2016.
Hudson Police Chief Marty Jensen said in a statement that Worden was placed on administrative leave during the investigation "because of the seriousness of the complaint."
Based on the findings of the internal investigation, Worden was asked to resign from the police department and his resignation was effective May 13, 2016.
Officials also claimed Worden fabricated work logs 146 times and lied to his supervisor about what he was doing during work hours.
The woman who sent the complaint in April told investigators she had been involved with Worden for an extended period of time. The woman allegedly told police that she would text and talk to Worden several times each night on his work phone. Sexual activity between the two occurred inside and outside of the police SUV that Worden drove, she claimed.
Prior to the complaint, Hudson Police Lt. Geoff Willems said Worden approached him about a woman who was stalking him. Lt. Willems later wrote in the report that the phone records did not support his claim, however.
Worden could not immediately be reached for comment, but in an interview with the Hudson-Star Observer he said "he screwed up," noting he hurt a lot of people and is not the same person he was before.