Casually having sex in front of hundreds of people in public, the couple was prosecuted

Casually having sex in front of hundreds of people in public, the couple was prosecuted
Casually having sex in front of hundreds of people in public, the couple was prosecuted

Merseyside police (UK) indicted Joe Firby and Kelly Cousins ​​for having sex in front of hundreds of people on the street and on a train.

Kelly Cousins ​​(left) and Joe Firby (Image: Merseyside Police)

Firby and Cousins ​​were charged with disturbing public order, according to The Mirror.

Police launched an investigation after a video showed the couple having sex in front of the Einstein Bier Haus building, in front of hundreds of people in Concert Square, local media reported.

Other videos shared on social media showed a man and woman having sex on Bold Road and on a Merseyrail train. The two will have to appear in court in Liverpool on September 20.

Cousins, 35, was questioned by police three days after the videos were shared on social media. She was charged last August 5. Firby, 23, was arrested on August 8 and subsequently charged.

Mayor Johanne Anderson expressed anger at the videos, and said he had worked with Merseyside Police and asked them to take immediate action against the two violators.

“I am shocked and appalled by the video showing indecent sexual activity in our city. It’s not cool at all, it’s disgusting, damaging and illegal,” Ms. Anderson wrote. on Twitter.

“Let me be clear, this is a crime. Indecent behavior in public places in Liverpool is simply unacceptable and will not be tolerated. I have spoken to Merseyside Police and I am sorry. ask them to take appropriate action immediately.”

Diane Pownall, a local police representative, “is urging people to stop sharing the videos on social media and instead report what they know about the videos, or the people involved” so that authorities can proceed. conduct investigation.

Ha An (Nguoiduatin.vn)


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