Sex On a Plane: Couple Facing 90 Days In Jail for 'Lewd, Indecent and Obscene' Acts In Front Of Children On Flight to Las Vegas (PHOTOS)
Aug 09, 2013 03:12 PM EDT
In full view of passengers, including those with children, Jessica Stroble, 33, and Christopher Martin were recently arrested after performing "lewid, indecent and obscence" sex acts on an Allegiant Airlines flight from Oregon to Las Vegas, the Daily Mail reports.
The Smoking Gun got a hold of the couple's court papers, which details a complaint filed by a fellow passenger who claims the couple grew increasingly intimate with each other, engaging in various sex acts halfway through the short hour and a half flight from Medford, Oreg. to Las Vegas, Nev.
"This is not the sex education I wanted to give my teenage sons," one horrified mother told the airport staff while on the plane.
The details of the sex act, which count as a misdemeanor, are pretty graphic and raunchy, as the Smoking Gun reports one passenger witnessed a female (presumably Stroble) "perform oral sex and manually stimulate the genitalia of a male passenger sitting in the window seat next to her."
Another passenger reported seeing Martin's exposed penis, telling an FBI officer that he had seen a "male passenger [with] his hand on the back of the female's neck and 'was in his own world.'"
After drinks and snacks were given out by flight attendants, Strobles allegedly performed oral sex on Martin for a second time, and a passenger whose teenage sons were with her complained to a flight attendant about their lavicious acts.
An airline employee told the couple to stop their behavior, but they didn't seem to take the hint, nor care about the consequences. According to two witnesses on the flight, Martin then "pulled the female's shirt down and began kissing the female's exposed breast."
Well, it's sure a change from your standard in-flight movie!
Once the flight landed in Las Vegas, Stroble and Martin were escorted off the plane by police officers and later charged with "lewd, indecent, and obscene acts on an airplane" by the U.S. District Court in Las Vegas. They face 90 days in jail and a fine if found guilty, though Strobes claims that "nothing happened" and the charges were falsely made, denying any relationship with Martin.
Click here to see a photo of the couple who allegedly engaged in lewd sex acts on a commercial flight.
via the Smoking Gun