Couple charged for ‘having sex in a packed public park across the road from a primary school in the morning’
- A man, 39, and woman, 31, have been charged for allegedly having sex in public
- Police were called to Weekley Park, in Sydney’s inner-west, at 8.30am Monday
- At the time, parents and children arriving to a primary school were in the park
A couple accused of having sex in a busy public park across the road from a primary school have been charged.
Police were called to Stanmore, in Sydney’s inner west, at 8.30am on Monday to reports a man and woman were allegedly performing a sex act in Weekley Park.
At the time, a number of parents and children arriving at St Michael’s Catholic Primary School were in or near the park.
Police responded to reports of a public sex act being performed at Weekley Park (pictured) at 8.30am on Monday
A 39-year-old man and 31-year-old woman were arrested at the scene.
The man was also allegedly found with methamphetamines and cannabis after being searched by police and the pair were taken to Newtown police station.
The man was charged with wilful and obscene behaviour, offensive conduct and possess prohibited drugs.
He was granted bail, to appear at Newtown Local Court on 24 February.
The woman was charged with offensive behaviour and granted bail to appear at Newtown Local Court on 12 March.
The park is situated directly across the road from St Michael’s Catholic Primary school (pictured)