Weird...Why would a guy have this thing strapped on? Cops in West Village stationhouse mock man for carrying sex toy in underwear, beat him, leave him naked in pool of blood: suit BY Stephen Rex Brown NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Tuesday, October 13, 2015, 9:34 PM Courtesy Julia Kuan Enlarge Courtesy Julia Kuan Enlarge Cops mocked Michael Watson after discovering a sex toy he had on him, and then beat him after he talked back, a new lawsuit alleges. Cops frisking a man in a West Village stationhouse mocked him after discovering he was carrying a sex toy and repeatedly beat him after he talked back, a new lawsuit charges. Michael Watson says in his suit filed in Manhattan Federal Court that the brutality began when he was arrested Jan. 10, 2013 for marijuana possession. At a bathroom in the 6th Precinct stationhouse police told him to undress, papers say. He pulled down his underwear to reveal a sex toy “strapped to his waist by a Velcro belt,” the suit reads. Cops — one of whom is identified as Officer Joseph Cuervo — began called him homophobic slurs and took the sex toy, papers charge. Watson answered their slurs with one of his own. “I'm not a f--. You're a f-- and even if I was, it's none of your business," he says he told the cops. At that point 10 to 12 officers were in the bathroom and "kicking the rubber penis like a soccer ball, laughing and spewing homophobic remarks at Mr. Watson” and making threats to Watson, who was naked, the suit says. After Watson's retort the cops beat him up and left him a pool of blood in the bathroom, the suit says. “This case is really egregious. He was beaten up over the course of two days,” Watson’s attorney Julia Kuan said. She said Watson is in his late 30s and has struggled with drug addiction and admitted he has a criminal record, though she did not go into specifics. Previous Next He was treated at Beth Israel Medical Center for a fractured eye socket, among other injuries, papers charge. Cops then took Watson back to the stationhouse, and while getting fingerprinted he says cops beat him again. Medics noted upon arrival Watson was handcuffed, sitting in a chair and that his "nose swollen and deformed," documents charge. He was treated at Beth Israel and then returned to the station house, where up to seven officers pummeled him yet again, papers charge. He was again taken to Beth Israel, and papers say he even overheard hospital staff say he was "beaten up again." After his discharge from the hospital the third time he was taken straight to Central Booking, where he was arraigned the following day on misdemeanor drug charges and obstruction of justice, the suit says. Kuan says she has medical records documenting her client’s repeated visits to the hospital. The case against Watson was resolved when he pleaded guilty to a violation for disorderly conduct, the suit says. He seeks damages to be determined at trial for the NYPD’s alleged use of excessive force. “We’ll review the specific allegations once we are served,” a Law Department spokesman said.