Stephen Colbert tracks down Donald Trump's 'top Chicago cop' -- and things get 'naughty'
Late Night host Stephen Colbert and a 'cop' -- (CBS screen grab)

Following up on Donald Trump's assertion that he spoke to a top cop in Chicago, Late Night host Stephen Colbert claimed to have tracked down the senior police officer who reportedly told the GOP presidential nominee that the police should be allowed to get "tougher" with suspects.

Appearing on The O'Reilly Factor with host Bill O'Reilly over a week ago, Trump insisted that he spoke with a "top cop" in Chicago recently, although Chicago police officials later denied any meeting happened.

“All I know is this,” Trump claimed. “I went to a top police officer in Chicago, who is not the police chief, and I could see by the way he was dealing with his people, he was a rough, tough guy, they respected him greatly.”

"We here at the Late Show, we've done a little digging, and that cop is here tonight," Colbert began before introducing "Officer Rod Johnson."

Colbert asked 'Officer Johnson" what specifically he told Trump.

"I told him there are some naughty people out there who need to be in cuffs,' Johnson replied, before identifying himself as a "rough tough cop."

And with that he began tearing off his clothes to a pounding beat as the audience shrieked with delight.

"Stephen, you have the right to remain sexy," Johnson said as he danced.

The camera then cut to the late night host wearing a hat and drinking an umbrella drink while 'making it rain,' with a gun that shoots out dollar bills.

"Oh, my God,," He exclaimed, "This is going to be the best party ever!"

Watch the video below via The Late Show: