"Her backside was up to the windscreen." Man rings Radio Kerry to complain about lewd behaviour of amorous couple
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Kerry Today on Radio Kerry received a call this week from a member of the public concerning lewd behaviour from a couple in their 60s at a local social dance.
Jim (not his real name) called into host Jerry O'Sullivan to raise concerns about indecent and off-putting behaviour he has noticed from a couple at the dance, including engagement in sexual acts.
He said he speaks on behalf of others in the community and that other people have brought it to the attention of the management of the establishment, but nothing has been done.
Jim outlined what he saw when he arrived at the dance last week.
“I dropped two people off at the door and there was two more people with me so I went over to park the car and whatever look I gave next to me, there was a roof light on in the car," Jim said.
“I could see where there was a couple inside in the car and they were engaging in sexual activity.
"I couldn't believe what I was seeing, you could see where the lady was exposed, her backside was up to the windscreen of the car more or less. You could see what was going on quite clearly."
According to Jim, an elderly couple also witnessed this scene but they returned to their car and went home, disgusted by what they saw. He said the drama continued inside when the pair were on the dance floor "pawing" at each other.
"We could see the whole thing going on inside on the dance floor between the two of them," Jim said.
"They were stuck onto each other like superglue and they were out on the floor dancing and he’d his tongue stuck down her throat and he was pawing her all over.
"He was pawing her breasts and her backside. It was very indecent really and totally off-putting and there was a lot of elderly people at the dance.
"He was rubbing her up and down, all over, his hand was up her dress and everything. Inside in a public area, to see that going on is totally off-putting," Jim said.
Jim stated the behaviour of the couple is off-putting for many of the elderly couples who attend the dances.