A female Penn State freshman was arrested for disorderly conduct and fined $285 for a “clean-up fee” to remove biohazard left behind by the couple. I would have assumed that it was a condom but freshman are too stupid and gullible for those, so it was probably just some left over spunk.
The incident occurred Saturday morning at 7am when the freshman was caught performing oral on her partner in the third floor laundry room. They relocated to the 7th floor room once they were caught by staff. Where once again they were caught by staff. Amateurs.
The male suspect managed to escape any punishment since police were unable to identify him through security camera footage. And since it was probably just a morning fuck of a one night stand, the female was presumably unable to do so as well.
What a gentleman! He came, he saw, he conquered. And then he left the girl with a $285 fine and arrest record for her troubles.
There’s a reason why the laundry room wasn’t one of the 13 best places to have sex on a college campus. This why freshman should be reading this site religiously.
Full news story courtesy of State College News :A Penn State freshman will be charged with disorderly conduct after she was identified having sex Saturday morning in a seventh-floor laundry room downtown, State College police said Monday.
Police said the incident happened shortly after 7 a.m. at the Beaver Hill apartment building, 340 E. Beaver Ave. The student and her partner started out having oral sex in the third-floor laundry room there, according to a police report.
They relocated to the seventh floor after staff from A.W. and Sons, which runs the apartment building, found them on the third floor and asked the couple to move along, police said.
The couple left the premises after the staff confronted them again on the seventh floor, according to the police report. In addition to facing a disorderly-conduct charge, police said, the freshman will be asked to pay a $285 clean-up fee -- thanks to a "biohazard" left behind after the seventh-floor encounter.
Authorities have not identified her partner in the incident, which was captured by cameras in the building, according to the police report. The partner's identity is not clear in the security-surveillance footage, police said.
The name of the freshman who was identified has not been released."
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