AFP 'bonk ban' man can't get job back

A QUEENSLAND-based Australian Federal Police officer who was sacked for breaching a “bonk ban” by sneaking a local woman dubbed a “foxie” into the police barracks for sex while posted in Papua New Guinea, has failed in his bid to get his job back, writes Vanda Carson for the Courier Mail newspaper.

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Martin Barlow, a senior constable who served in the AFP for nearly 17 years mostly at Cairns airport, most recently as a bomb appraisal officer, was sacked by assistant AFP commissioner Peter Crozier
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