A couple’s public act of intimacy got them arrested on Saturday, March 20 in Largo, Florida. The arrest affidavit, written by one of the Largo Police Department officers, detailed how the couple had been engaged in sexual activity at Largo’s Central Park. The 48-year-old Grant Mulder, and 41-year-old Lauren Baugh, have previous convictions.

When police arrived at the public park, they found Mulder performing cunnilingus on Baugh, the report read. To clarify the act further, the officer described the act in great detail. Baugh’s arrest affidavit read that she had her sexual organs exposed in a public place. She was engaged in the sexual act with her partner and co-defendant.

The report, shared by The Smoking Gun, revealed that the couple was in full view of park visitors. They could also be seen by passers-by on the busy East Bay Drive. Their passionate lovemaking continued till the police arrived and arrested the duo. They noted that while the couple did not exhibit mental health issues, they appeared to be under the influence of alcohol.

While it is unclear since when the couple had been performing their sexual acts, their arrest took place at 1:57 p.m.

Mulder was charged with lewd and lascivious behavior. He paid a $600 fine as he did not contest his charges. Baugh was charged with exposure of sexual organs. She was released from jail on Sunday, March 21 after posting a $150 bond, the Daily Mail reported.

In addition to the latest misdemeanor charges, Baugh had previous convictions for burglary, theft, trespassing, and possession of an open container. Meanwhile, her partner has been to prison four different times on charges of aggravated assault, grand theft, battery, disorderly intoxication, marijuana possession and burglary. He also has several Driving Under the Influence (DUI) charges.

Mulder’s social media post revealed that he was excited about spending spring break at the beach.

Florida has been plagued with the events of Spring Break this year. Amidst the fear of COVID-19, there have been several deaths and acts of violence, as reported by Tampa Bay Times. Police appear to be struggling to control the crowds of revelers who were forced to stay home for spring break last year.

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People hang out in Central Park in New York. Photo by: Matthew LeJune/Unsplash

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