http://www.nydailynews.com/news/nat...caught_on_tape_ having_sex_while_onduty.html A decorated New Mexico state police officer may lose his badge after security cameras allegedly caught him having sex on the hood of a car while on duty, according to local reports. May lose his badge? In still photos from the video, the officer is seen in full uniform standing between the legs of a woman lying on the hood of a black sedan. The car is not a police vehicle. Oh look, there he is allegedly having sex . The officer and the woman were filmed by cameras posted at a remote ranch that is owned by Santa Fe County, local news station KOB reported Monday. It's unclear when the two were filmed. But it appears the only witness to the rendezvous was a Chihuahua. (Never trust a damn chihuahua.) KOB said it obtained the video from the Santa Fe Sheriff's office on Monday after filing a request for public records two weeks ago. State police officials said in a statement that the officer has been put on administrative leave. "The internal affairs investigation is complete, now we are awaiting a final decision on any disciplinary action that could be taken," state police said in a statement. Meanwhile, New Mexico locals were calling for the officer's badge. "With that kind of judgment, you don't want him carrying a weapon," Albuquerque local Albert Loma told KOB. "I think it's an embarrassment to the state patrol. They should be ashamed." "[It's an] inappropriate use of our tax money, I mean we pay these guys," local resident Jacob Powers said. Neither the officer nor the woman has been named. But KOB identified the kinky cop as a former police officer of the year who once served on ex-Gov. Bill Richardson's security detail. The cop also busted a well-known criminal defendant in May who later escaped while officers were filling out paperwork. The suspect allegedly kidnapped and raped a woman before he was recaptured, police said. Santa Fe County Sheriff Robert Garcia said that he would not press charges against the frisky officer and his paramour because it doesn't appear any county laws were broken. The two were not in public view and no one witnessed the act, Garcia said. "I understand the public's uproar in regards to something like this," Garcia told Albuquerque's KOAT television. "We can't allow something like this to tarnish the entire law enforcement community."