No One Stopped This Over-The-Top Couple From Having Marathon Oral Sex Sessions On Plane
This story is so bizarre. Not just because two people felt totally comfortable performing oral sex on each other on a packed plane to Vegas – but because no one stopped them. What the heck? How is it that flight attendants can sense electronic devices on at the wrong time and a seat back a fraction of an inch off of where it is supposed to be – but can totally miss a fully erect penis with a woman’s mouth on top of it?
From The Smoking Gun:
According to a complaint filed this week in U.S. District Court, Jessica Stroble, 33, and Christopher Martin began getting frisky after an Allegiant Airlines flight departed Medford, Oregon for Nevada in late-June.
a passenger sitting across from the duo on the 90-minute flight observed Stroble “perform oral sex and manually stimulate the genitalia of a male passenger sitting in the window seat next to her.” After the act was completed, the witness watched as Stroble “wiped off her mouth while the male put his penis back inside his pants.”
Oh my God. You can read the link for all the details, but after snack service she did it again! And there were exposed breasts and more penis. As if flying isn’t uncomfortable enough. I don’t want to watch that. Seriously, I think I am going to print out the Smoking Gun story and have it made into a laminated card that I can carry with me onto the plane the next time I travel with my infant and toddler. Then next time my son throws a holy fit, instead of handing my seat mates earplugs like some considerate mothers do, I can hand them the laminated card assuring them it could be much, much worse.
To be fair, a flight attendant did try to stop them twice – but nothing could stand in the way of their
love pressing needs for an inflight BJ.
Upon landing, Stroble and Martin were escorted off the plane and questioned by Las Vegas police. In a complaint filed Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Las Vegas, they were charged with engaging in “lewd, indecent, and obscene acts on an airplane.” If convicted, Stroble and Martin each face up to 90 days in jail and a fine.