Boston Couple Caught Having Oral Sex While Waiting For The Subway, Because A Blow Job Is One Way To Pass The Time

I know waiting for a subway requires patience—while most people scroll through their phones, others have oral sex. Whaaaat? Yes, on Friday, May 15, a couple in Boston was caught on camera engaging in oral sex by a another passenger. After all, take note: nothing spells romance like urine-stained train platforms, the smell of sewage emanating from garbage cans, and stray subway rats running across the tracks.

Those of us in cities where we rely on public transportation certainly see a lot of out-of-the-blue and eye-opening things on trains and buses, from people applying makeup and shaving to clipping their nails and masturbating (which I saw on a Red Line train in Chicago just last week), but the oral-sex-in-public-in-front-of-anyone-and-everyone is a new low (so to speak).

The incident happened at the State Street station at the “T” platform around 7:30 p.m., a time when families with kids very well could have walked by.

The female passenger who reported the incident to the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) said:

"Dear MBTA, I understand you are having financial problems and it is difficult to maintain a broken system, however my tax dollars should be going to pay your police force because I shouldn't have to stand next to a man receiving oral sex."
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A few weeks ago, we covered a story about a couple facing prison time for having sex on the beach in Florida (no, not the drink). There are plenty of people out there who are not anti-public sex, but the key is not getting caught.

The Boston Metro News headline read, “MTBA oral sex suspects on the loose,” as though they’re going to come after one of us next. (No thank you.) On a serious note, however, according to Lieutenant Richard Sullivan of the Transit Police, the charge against the man and woman would be open and gross lewdness, a penalty of up to spending three years in prison. The Boston pair would have to go before the state’s sex offender registry board, also.

"We're not going to tolerate this," Sullivan said to the Boston Metro News. "In my 20 years on the job, I’ve very rarely encountered something as brazen as this." Sullivan also said MBTA riders should report crimes to their See Say app versus across social media platforms.

So, remember to keep your body parts to yourself (at least far from anyone with a camera).

Images: Brian Talbot/Flickr; (2) Giphy