Porn in Los Angeles is a pretty big deal. This town revolves around entertainment and when folks get here and realize that they’re at the bottom of the barrel talent or looks-wise they turn to porn. So it’s not as shady as it sounds that Jon Dancler was making his rounds as a parking enforcement officer and was asked by a woman on the street to take a bit-part in a sexy movie. And it’s almost not shady that he’s lobbying to get his job back and claiming “it was really surreal” and he was “caught totally unaware.” Almost. Watch:

One thing that has stood out for me about Los Angeles since moving here 18 months ago is that almost all of the parking enforcement workers are black people. The other thing that has stood out is that they are not cops. You know LAPD when you see it and in spite of the uniform and his affiliation with the city, this man is not a police officer and whoever was making that adult movie really went the bootleg route by asking him to jump in. The last time I checked the fantasy is about a sexy officer, not a sexy meter maid.

Meanwhile, when I look at this guy all I can think of is “WHERE THE WHITE WOMEN AT?” This dude thought he hit the jackpot having some random chick get all in his face and is now acting like circumstances — not his own horniness — got him caught up touching boobs and smacking some half-naked woman’s booty? Please.

Get real, homie. It’s not like you committed a crime, but I don’t see why you should get a pass for appearing in any commercial production in a city uniform and vehicle, let alone a skin flick. I reccommend looking into security gigs and learning how to control yourself.

What do you think? Should Dancler have been fired? Should he get his job back?

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  • Pilot

    LOL, I hope that shift working security at Target can pay the bills, because he is outta here…

  • DivineBrown

    Ok now it’s confirmed for me…especially after the Redtails heavy promotion. ClutchMag, Like MediaTakeOut and all other blogs black women frequent are only about stirring up the “swirl stuff” hence the, “All I could think is where the white women at” and especially highlighted in red to stand out. I’m leary about so called “black blogs” to begin with as I know there’s always some white person paying them to make sure they FORCE feed black women the “Black men love white women” stuff. Remarkable. For things that don’t mean much(according to black men) they sure to take over all media forums so they can push this constant theme in black women’s heads. This was a cop who was caught. No need to play up the racial aspect. It’s amazing how people get off on trying to hurt black female self esteem with this CONSTANT pushing of the same damn theme over and over. It doesn’t affect me one bit. If anything I get mad over them thinking we’re idiots and them trying to mess up our day…not the IR or what black men are doing. You just know if this was any other race of woman, HEADS WOULD ROLL.

    Sorry Clutch, the white woman’s sweet nectar and black men craving it; risking life, limb…and positions to taste some of that does not get me riled up. What gets me riled up is people trying to get me riled up. LOL!

    • Actually if you click on what is a *link* and not a highlight, you’ll see that line is a reference to a scene in the movie Blazing Saddles where a black man intentionally perturbs the KKK by asking that question, causing a reaction much like the one that this man has from the city.

      It’s ok if you’re not familiar with that reference and perhaps I was wrong to assume that most people would be, but this story itself has nothing to do with black men desiring white women.

      ~Thembi

    • iQgraphics

      I remember handing papers into my Lit professor and getting the back bleeding of red ink. One thing always stuck with me and I remember it to this day: “Omit: adds nothing”

      The “where the white woman at” reference adds nothing to the article and should have been omitted. It’s filler, fluff.

      Don’t get riled up DivineBrown, its an oversight.

      I think you jumped out the window on that, but I completely understand why.

    • apple

      since you hate it so much why you keep coming back here? aren’t you african and not american? why don’t you go to strictly african(or the country of your origin/culture) blogs etc. they may cater to you better

    • Bren

      Why are you upset: yes the woman in the film is white however the main point of the article seems to be that he posed as ann “officer of the law” and was filmed making porn. The article said nothing about him desiring a white woman. Get over it and get over yourself!

  • TheBestAnonEver, Part 2

    How much is the lawyer costing him? He should have saved his money.

  • coldplay

    Poor judgment. Especially with cameras around. Just not smart.

  • kissa

    What a way to waste tax dollars…Suspend him, but don’t fire him…All that tax dollars wasted what a shame..City folks at their finest…