The wife of the New York City Police Department (NYPD) cop, who was caught on video getting a lap dance from a junior, lost her cool Monday.

When she was asked a question related to the raunchy video of the rookie cop grinding in her husband's lap, she lashed out at the reporter outside her New Windsor home in Orange County, reported New York Post. The furious woman was physically held back by her husband, who was bounced from the 44th Precinct to the Transit Bureau after the raunchy video emerged.

His wife used expletives while trying to charge at a photographer and reporter. As she continued to spit obscenities, she was restrained by her husband, who told her, “It’s not worth it, get back in the car." His wife added that there were other things to "worry about in this world!” As the husband and wife drove away from their home, the latter took her hands off her car's steering wheel, flipped off the reporter with both hands and screamed, “F**k you!"

Meanwhile, the rookie cop’s father said Monday, “She told me, ‘Daddy, I made some mistake.'" She told him that she was very embarrassed about what she did, and that she embarrassed her dad and her family. He said that his young daughter was left “frustrated” due to the episode. Her father claimed that she cried a lot. He slammed the lieutenant saying that he is married and "should know better. I am going to sue them.”

The video, which was taken during the 44th Precinct's annual party, showed the rookie cop dressed in a mini-skirt and grinding her backside on the lap of her senior. He was seen sitting in a chair and holding onto her thighs right in the middle of a bar, reported Daily Mail. Sources said that the party happened last week in a Yonkers bar, reported New York Daily News.

In another video, the female cop was seen turning around to face her senior and straddling the precinct commander as he grabbed her by the waist. She even held onto his head while she continued to gyrate on him.

An unnamed source said that the lieutenant "knows he f***** up," and that messing with your subordinate is a "no-no on the job."

The female officer's identity wasn't revealed and it is not known if she will be disciplined.

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