From the Daily News:
The rogue traffic agent whose run-in with a Queens councilman got him sent to sensitivity training is suing the pol, saying he mocked his Chinese heritage.
In a $6 million suit filed Monday in Queens Supreme Court, traffic agent Daniel Chu says Councilman Daniel Halloran vowed to get him booted from the NYPD when he tried to ticket his Jaguar on June 14, 2010.
"Go ahead and give me a f...... ticket," Chu says the Whitestone Republican told him, according to the suit. "I know the police commissioner and your boss. It will be the last ticket you ever issue. When you lose your job you can go back to your old job delivering Chinese food. What is that? $5 or $4 per hour?"
Nine days before, Chu says he was verbally attacked by Halloran aide Dennis Ring when he ticketed his gray Pontiac for blocking a pedestrian ramp.
"You are lucky to be in this country," Ring told Chu, the suit says. "You are lucky to be wearing a uniform. You should go f...... go back to China."
Ring later paid the $165 traffic fine, the suit adds.
Chu accuses Ring and Halloran of slander for damaging a reputation for honesty and integrity, which was recognized in several service awards from the NYPD.