Monday, July 15, 2024

You can’t slurry love

By Hugh Dunnett, Crime Correspondent

A couple were arrested after being caught romping naked in a farmer’s slurry pit.

Dog walkers using a footpath at the farm near Framlingham spotted the filthy pair and called the cops.

Officers found the lovers, named locally as Phil Collins and Mary-Beth Spuckler, in a “heightened state of excitement” and oblivious to anything else around them.

When quizzed, they revealed they had a fetish for farmyard smells and had often stripped off to make love in the slurry pit without the farmer’s knowledge.

A police insider said: “Because their actions were in sight of a footpath, they were told they were outraging public decency.

“However, they were extremely embarrassed and apologetic and were not charged after agreeing to keep away from the farm in future.”


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Dave Barrett-Hughes, a psychology lecturer at Suffolk University, said: “People can have fetishes about the strangest things. An urge to make love in what most of us would call a strange place is more common than you may think.

“However, I have not heard of a slurry fetish before. If anything, you risk falling ill.”

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