Police Called After Woman Performed Intimate Act On Man For 3 Minutes Outside Busy Train Station

Police Called After Woman Performed Intimate Act On Man For 3 Minutes Outside Busy Train Station Northumbria Police

A couple was arrested by police after a woman was caught performing a sex act on a man for three full minutes outside a busy British train station. Kerry Walker, 33, and Lee Martin, 40, were spotted getting freaky outside Newcastle Central Station by a commuter who told them how “disgusting” their behavior was. Needless to say, things didn’t end well.

Northumbria Police

  1. They got into a fight with a homeless man. After completing their R-rated act, the couple is said to have gotten into a fight with a homeless man, leaving him with a cut on his eye and beating him up as he slept outside of the station. Martin allegedly woke the man up and demanded money from him before Walker began hitting him in the face with his own bags and Martin punched him three to four times.
  2. At least they didn’t deny what they’d done. Both Martin and Walker appeared in Newcastle Crown Court this week where they both admitted outraging public decency and assault occasioning actual bodily harm, according to Chronicle Live.
  3. What they did was completely inappropriate. As Prosecutor Glenn Gatland told the court: “Kerry Walker was on the ground on her knees with her face in Martin’s crotch area. It went on for around three minutes while members of the public and staff were in the area.” Given that this happened in full public view and children could have seen them, this was especially inappropriate.
  4. Perhaps unsurprisingly, this wasn’t their first time in court. In fact, Martin has 70 previous convictions and also pleaded guilty to robbing a Boots pharmacy of £660 ($865) of makeup in October 20202. He was given five months in prison, reduced for time served in remand. Meanwhile, Walker has 164 convictions for various offenses and has already spent 292 days in prison. She was given a community order with an eight-week curfew.
Jennifer has been the managing editor of Bolde since its launch in 2014. Before that, she was the founding editor of HelloGiggles and also worked as an entertainment writer for Bustle and Digital Spy. Her work has been published in Bon Appetit, Decider, Vanity Fair, The New York TImes, and many more.
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