The UK has gone mad. Here's another surreal case of the law getting involved in private affairs. A Mrs. Cartwright has been in trouble with the law across the Atlantic for being too noisy during sexual relations with her husband. (By the way, has Mr. Cartwright been cited? Maybe he's strictly a bottom. No, then, he'd be the noisy one. Never mind.)
Mrs Cartwright avoided jail in January when a judge at Newcastle Crown Court handed her a suspended prison sentence after she was caught breaching a four-year Asbo which bans her from having loud sex sessions.
An "Asbo" from what I've managed to figure out is a sex offender citation or designation or something. So the courts decided to keep the two apart, which sounds kind of funny, except it isn't:
The 49-year-old has now been thrown back into a bail hostel to keep her and husband Steve apart while the courts decide what to do next.Before that this is what happened; noisy sex, calls to the police, and off she goes:
But their lovemaking has got them into hot water again and police received a complaint that her morning wails and whines were said to be heard at 10.15am
“This is just ridiculous. It was just for 10 minutes at around 10.15am on a Sunday morning," said Mrs Cartwright . "You couldn’t hear that much because the bed is downstairs in the dining room and not in the bedroom.
“The police came on Monday night to arrest me and lock me up. I spent the night in the cells and appeared at Houghton-le Spring Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday.
“They said they believed I had breached the Asbo again because two neighbours said they heard us. It was only 10 minutes, not like the two hour sessions we used to have.
Wow, ten minutes in and she's off, which really upsets some people:
For almost four years neighbours have been angry at the goings on at the Cartwright household.
One could wonder if that's because they weren't having as much fun. . .
This is what happens to girls having too much fun:
In January she pleaded guilty to three breaches of the Asbo and was jailed for eight weeks, suspended for 12 months, with 12 months supervision.