Thrashing Your Bishop: Toilet Sex and Bombed Out!
Above Photo: the Stanley Jefferson Pub, Bishop Auckland: Apparently gives good head (on your beer).
Readers of Bombed Out! will know why I’m featuring this short press report of a serious disturbance when a couple were caught having sex in the ladies’ toilet of a pub in Bishop Auckland, County Durham.
In Eric’s Punk Club in Liverpool, in the late 1970s, this went on a lot – or at least I did it a lot – although back then it wasn’t frowned upon. I recall one moment of interrupted passion in my own case, which I recount in the pages of Bombed Out! but nothing as dramatic as this, when a couple were caught having sex in a pub toilet and were then pepper-sprayed and dragged out naked by police after refusing to stop.
Police were initially called to the Stanley Jefferson pub in Bishop Auckland, County Durham, after bar staff heard ‘loud noises’ coming from the ladies’ toilet.
But when police burst in on the 23-year-old woman and 30-year-old man, the pair refused to stop – and then became aggressive towards officers.
‘The bloke went crazy and started kicking off,’ a source said. ‘He was shouting and swearing and throwing punches. He was then pepper-sprayed as a result and dragged out naked by a number of officers.’
‘Eventually the woman also joined in, became violent and aggressive and the police used pepper spray to calm her down’.
According to staff, the couple had gone for a ‘quickie’ at 8.30pm but then barricaded themselves in the cubicle and refused to come out; so they must have been enjoying themselves immensely.
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