Couple enjoyed steamy sex session behind Morrisons in view of families
A couple stunned members of the public with their public sex display on a canal towpath in broad daylight.
Chloe Dobson, 21, and her partner, Peter Penman, were caught in the act by a family walking with their three children. The randy act in broad daylight occurred on June 2 this year at around 8pm, LancsLive reported.
Walking on the towpath behind a Morrisons in Barrow-in-Furness, the family were shocked to see Dobson "bouncing around" on Penman's lap on the bench.
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The couple were later seen rolling around on the ground and continuing their sex act, Preston Crown Court heard. Police received photographs of the couple after the shocked father whipped out his phone to capture the lawbreaking duo.
The unnamed father says it was obvious to him, his wife and eldest child what was happening on the towpath between Dobson and Penman. The younger children did not understand what was happening.
When officers arrived at the scene, Dobson was seen pulling up her trousers while both she and Penman, 32, were discovered in an extremely drunken state.
A later interview with police saw Dobson say she did not really know what had gone on, though a later post to Facebook saw her say she "had the wildest day and night!".
Sentencing, Recorder Graham Lowe said: "This is a serious offence. this type of behaviour in a public place should not be tolerated. It is aggravated by the fact it was in the presence of children 80 yards away."
A pre-sentence report stated Dobson does not have a particularly mature view on life and was "extremely vulnerable". Penman is set to be sentenced at a later date.
Recorder Lowe continued: "Your thinking skills and ability to deal with things appear to be wanting", Recorder Lowe said. He handed Dobson a 12 month community order with 25 days rehabilitation activity requirements and said she must continue to work with The Well support centre to address personal issues and ensure she does not offend again."
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