TTC Sex Arrest

Okay, fess up, who's had sex on the TTC before?

Forget the mile high club. In this town it's all about getting down 50 feet below ground. Making the rounds today is a (true) story about a couple who were caught having sex on a southbound TTC train that was stopped at Spadina Station. "Caught" is a funny word here, though, as the two lovebirds made zero effort to conceal their salacious activity. At one point they even left the comfort of the train to go at it on the platform.

The best part? This was at 2:30 p.m. on Sunday afternoon.

According to Newstalk 1010, which, as far as I can tell, was the first outlet to write about this romantic little tryst, "the train was stopped for 14 minutes and police were called. At some point, the couple got off the train and continued on the platform... When police arrived, the couple was charged with engaging in a lewd act."

Apparently both appeared to be severely intoxicated, and TTC spokesperson Brad Ross reports that they were taken to the hospital upon being apprehended by police. When asked how often this type of thing happens, Ross replied that he "doesn't see these reports very often." Fair enough, but less conspicuous encounters must happen once in a while, right?

Oh, and if you really want to see how this went down, there is a completely NSFW video floating around. Don't say we didn't warn you.

Original photo by Alex Luyckx in the blogTO Flickr pool (hack Photoshop job courtesy of the author).


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