CT Post reporter Dan Tepfer chronicles the bizarre story of city ethics commissioner Noel Kayo’s adventure at a Stratford hotel.
Ethics commissioner Dr. Noel Kayo has an ethics dilemma of his own after police said they busted him outside a hotel here for mistaking a local woman for the prostitute he had ordered online.
“I will not resign,” the 39-year-old cardiovascular researcher and member of the Bridgeport Ethics Commission, proclaimed Tuesday after it became public that he was charged Monday with patronizing a prostitute.
“… I was a good Samaritan trying to help this young lady and it turned out to be a set up to have her friend rob me,” Kayo said. “If you can’t help someone in distress and they use your good intentions to try and rob you what kind of world is this?”
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