Couple Throw Rocks at Person Who Caught Them Having Sex on Lawn

Police have launched an assault investigation after a couple in western Canada allegedly threw rocks at a person who spotted them having sex on a lawn.

Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) were called to the 1900 block of 102nd Street in North Battleford, a city in the Saskatchewan province, around 7 p.m. Tuesday after a person cutting a lawn found the couple "having intercourse," according to a RCMP news release.

Police said the pair became upset about "being interrupted having sex on someone else's property" and allegedly became violent, throwing rocks at the complainant, according to the news release.

Saskatchewan's Saskatoon StarPhoenix reported the case was still under investigation, as of Wednesday.

Newsweek has contacted the Royal Canadian Mounted Police for further comment.

Others caught in sexual acts

In March, a man in Michigan's metropolitan Detroit area was charged on two misdemeanor counts, after he was unknowingly caught on camera allegedly pleasuring himself with an Elmo doll during a home inspection.

The incident took place in the home of an Oxford Township couple in Oakland County on March 12. The couple were having their home inspected by the man, Kevin Wayne VanLuven, before its sale.

The 22-year-old female homeowner was alerted on her phone by a nursery camera that there was movement in the nursery. When the homeowner checked her phone, she allegedly saw VanLuven in the nursery.

A statement at the time from the Oakland County Sheriff's Office said: "As she continued to watch, he allegedly began touching himself and she began recording the incident."

Back in August 2019, police arrested six people for allegedly having group sex in a conservation area in the town of Fairfield, Connecticut.

The ages of the six ranged between 62 and 85, the Associated Press reported at the time.

Among those arrested was an 82-year-old man and his 85-year-old wife, the only woman in the group.

Police said at the time that the Grace Richardson conservation area had been publicized online as a place for people to meet to have sex, or "hook up," according to an online "City Hookup Guide."

Also in 2019, a couple from Northern Ireland—Mary and Bobby Jackson—traveling on a cruise with Norwegian Cruise Line claimed they found a crew member and a woman having sex in the bed when the pair checked into their cabin.

Mary told Scotland's Sunday Post at the time: "I could see the back of a man on the bed who was directly facing us and it was obvious he was in the middle of having sex with a woman.

"I was traumatized and I needed a glass of water," she said.

Mary said that when they complained to staff, they were told there was no other cabin available as the cruise was fully booked at the time.

People on their front lawns in Canada.
People waving from their front lawns as during a parade in Newcastle, Canada in July 2020. Police launched an investigation after a couple in Canada's Saskatchewan province allegedly threw rocks at a person who spotted them having sex on a lawn. Burston/Getty Images