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Four Teens Are Arrested For Having Sex In The Water On A Crowded Beach…

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Four teenagers must be embarrassed as all h**l after they were arrested on the Fourth of July after a supposed sex session in the water, in full view of a beach crowd of in Cape Cod.

The incident happened on Tuesday on Mayflower Beach in Dennis, Massachusetts, just a little quaint town in central Cape Cod.

Four teens who found themselves in court – Julianna Murphy, 19; Stephen Cerrone, 19; Lukas Kaminski, 19; and Molly Hines, 18 – were charged Wednesday with disorderly conduct.

The four made attempts to block their faces from the public view after they made their exit out of the courtroom on Wednesday.

Three of those who showed up in court on Wednesday are alleged to have participated in sex acts while out in the water.

Kaminski was arrested because he allegedly ignored police orders to leave the area where the other teens were being arrested.

A fifth teen, a 17-year-old male who had allegedly had his own part in the public trifling, was also arrested, but because the little puke is still a juvenile, the media is prevented from revealing his identity.

Video of the teens being arrested was of course all over social media, with the person who recorded the incident adding the subtitle:

‘Talk about fireworks!’

Daily Mail:

The judge agreed to their request to postpone their arraignments while they take part in a program for youth offenders.

According to the police report, a lifeguard first approached a local detective at about 1.30pm on Independence Day.
The lifeguard informed the detective that he was told that a number of people were having sex in the water.

The detective, Matthew Turner, stepped closer toward the water to follow up on the complaint.

Turner wrote in his police report that he saw four individuals ’embraced with one another’ as they swam 100 feet from shore.

The four were later identified as Murphy, Cerrone, Hines, and a 17-year-old boy.

‘I could not observe exactly what was going on, however both couple(s) were extremely closely embraced,’ the detective wrote in his report. ‘Each embraced couple were at a minimum kissing and stumbling about in the waves.’

Turner observed that this was taking place in front of approximately two dozen people who were watching in ‘disbelief’ on shore.

At the same time, Turner noted there were about 30 people in the water who witnessed the event up close and were cheering on the participants.

‘This is disgusting, why is this allowed to go on here,’ one angry beachgoer was heard saying. Turner then started to yell at the teens several times, but they did not respond. A lifeguard then began to blow a whistle repeatedly, but to no avail, as the teens kept on ’embracing and kissing.’

It was only after another lifeguard started towards the perverts, that they started to make their swim to shore. Turner said that as he was in the process of confining the four teens, he sensed a strong smell of alcohol and unintelligible speech from the entire group. The teens were also refusing Turner’s efforts to pull them in.

As the detective was taking the teens into custody, a bunch of bystanders of around 300 people gathered to watch. Here’s what they saw:

 

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