A burglary victim’s home security cameras captured two D.C. officers who responded to the house speculating about the homeowner’s sexuality and making light of the robbery.

Home surveillance video shows a suspect throwing a rock through the back door of Clarence Williams’ townhouse in Southeast Washington on Aug. 8.

Williams was out of town at the time.

When Williams went through his surveillance footage, he said he was shocked to see two officers appear to make jokes about the robbery and speculate about his sexuality.

In the video, one officer can be heard laughing and saying, “Armani, Dolce and Gabbana — he’s probably gay.”

A few minutes later, another officer dances.

“We’ve got police out here, dancing in my home and acting as if this is a joke and this is serious. This is my life,” Williams said.

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A burglary victim's home security cameras captured two D.C. officers who responded to the house speculating about the homeowner's sexuality and making light of the robbery. Home surveillance video shows a suspect throwing a rock through the back door of Clarence Williams' townhouse in Southeast Washington on Aug. 8. Williams was...