The Omaha police chief has suspended an officer after women posed for photographs while topless on the officer's police motorcycle last summer.
Officer Terrence Cabral responded to the weeklong suspension and requirement that he be assigned to a patrol car rather than a motorcycle by filing a lawsuit on Nov. 8.
The lawsuit seeks to halt Police Chief Todd Schmaderer's order that transferred Cabral away from motorcycles.
The suit claims Cabral, who is Latino, was treated more harshly than non-Hispanic officers in other cases.
The incident stems from a July 28 charity motorcycle rally in which woman posed topless for photos on the motorcycle.
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