I disagree. Yes there was a locker room full of men celebrating, and if they want to to play slap $&@, so be it. The officer(hired for security I assume) was there doing his job, by request it sounds like. He is an authority figure, and deserves to be treated with a certain level of respect, IMO. Without getting into a political discussion, I think respect for authority is really lacking nowadays and this is just another example of it. I also agree that his situational awareness was spot on, he handled it later instead of making a scene and possible making the situation worse. Do I think it warrants charges? Not really, he could have maybe pulled him aside or arranged a meeting to explain to him how wrong what he did was. This is all JMO of course.