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Police: Couple had sex in front of Oklahoma City church

Updated: Thursday, July 10, 2014 |
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OKLAHOMA CITY (KOKH) - The Oklahoma City Police Department says a man and woman are in custody on lewd acts, indecent exposure and public drunkenness after police say they found them having sex in front of a church on the southwest side.

Police arrested Page Lynn Pals and Reginald James Haney, both 52, Wednesday evening.

According to police, they were called to a Methodist church near SW 58th and Pennsylvania around 6 p.m. Wednesday. The caller told police there were two people having sex in front of the church.

Police arrived and talked with Pals and Haney. They say both were naked and having sex on the sidewalk. The police report says it was happening directly under the cross on the front of the church and they were in full view of traffic on Pennsylvania.

A witness told police he saw the act happening from a distance and snapped a picture on his phone.

Police told both to get up and get dressed. When they stood up, police said they smelled of alcohol, were unsteady on their feet, and had slurred speech.

Both were booked into the Oklahoma County Jail for engaging in lewd acts, indecent exposure, and public drunkenness. Both are listed in the police report as being transients.

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