DAYTONA BEACH — Sex is a wonderfully normal, natural thing when it happens between two consenting adults.
Unfortunately for members of the homeless community, finding privacy to get it on is really hard to come by.
That’s why Daytona Beach safety officers arrested the amorous homeless couple Edward Lyles, 38, and Priscilla Croft, 35, for having sex in a tent on Daytona Beach where others could see them.
Croft has been charged with indecent exposure, lewd and lascivious behavior and having an alcoholic beverage on the beach.
Lyles must’ve been more covered up because he skirted a indecent exposure charge, though he was charged with breach of peace in addition to lewd and lascivious behavior and having an alcoholic beverage on the beach.
Homelessness is a real problem and it comes with a lot of side issues no one thinks about.
People wanna bang and if they can, they’re gonna — home or no home.
Just a week ago, another homeless couple was caught doing the horizontal mambo in Daytona Beach.
Katrina Johnston and Joseph Ostling were accused of having sex out in the open where “anyone walking by would visibly be able to see both their sexual organs” according to a Volusia County Beach Safety Officer arrest report.
They were both charged with indecent exposure.
We’ve got a lot more sympathy for these homeless folks who’re trying to get some sexual healing where they can, than Elissa Alvarez and Jose Caballero, who have homes, yet got it on in full view of a little kid on a crowded beach.
That pair was convicted a year ago.
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