Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Love and Pizza: Couple Had Sex Inside Domino’s


Offender Daniela Hirt

Reader-Researcher RC

Couple who had sex in Domino's spared jail time
| Fox News
A couple from the United Kingdom that was caught on surveillance footage having sex in a Domino’s has been spared jail time.

R.C.: Something is oven-baked.

The Independent‏Verified account @Independent
Couple caught having sex in Domino's pizza may be jailed

timothy‏ @beartown 22 Sep 2017
Replying to @Independent
How did they fit inside the pizza?


Anonymous said...

He said:"Hold the sausage."
She said:"Olive you."
Serious question:Will she sue this guy for sexual harrassment at some time in the future?
Answer:Only if he becomes famous.
--GR Anonymous

countenance said...

Should have come to St. Louis and done it at an Imo's.

In that case, either way, they would have been doing it on a hard floor.

You'd have to be a St. Louisan to get it.

Anonymous said...

Speaking of sex,how about the Louisville Cardinals basketball team being forced to give up its 2013 national championship.Why?They got some women to have sex with recruits.Rick Pitino was fired for this transgression of supplying (mostly) white women(I've heard)for blacks to pound to their hearts content.
I've seen many other stories over the years,that lots of schools,let it be known to their female alumni,that "we need volunteers" to lure top black talent here in a very exhuberant way--Sex!!!
And they get the volunteers.
Louisville got caught--how about the other slimy colleges who engage in this.Worst of all,the schools talk about decency and equality,when they allow this type of behavior to happen in secret.Colleges are hypocrites of morality,this being another example of it.
--GR Anonymous

Anonymous said...

One example of "hostess parties" for blacks
Will Hobson
Washington Post
The latest lawsuit against Baylor University alleging rampant rape committed by football players with impunity has again cast attention on college “hostess clubs,” groups of women often selected for appearance and personality to greet prized high school football recruits when they visit campus.

More than a decade after the NCAA changed its rules to discourage the once-common groups, now viewed on many campuses as archaic, they continue to feature prominently in sexual-assault and recruiting scandals in college sports. In the lawsuit filed Friday against Baylor, in which plaintiff Elizabeth Doe claims she was gang-raped by two football players in April 2013, Doe says she joined the football hostess program “Baylor Bruins” when she arrived at the Baptist university’s Waco, Tex., campus in the fall of 2012.

Doe joined the Bruins, formerly known as the “Baylor Belles,” hoping to make friends, the complaint stated, because she couldn’t afford the cost of joining a traditional sorority on campus.

Baylor athletics administrators publicly abided by NCAA rules and guidelines that strictly limit contact between athletes and hosts, according to the lawsuit. But when recruits visited, the complaint stated, the Bruins were “unofficially … expected to make sure the recruits have a good time.”

“Do you like white women?” one Baylor assistant allegedly asked a recruit, according to the complaint. “Because we have a lot of them at Baylor, and they love football players.”

“Though the Bruins had an official policy of no sexual contact with the recruits or football players, Baylor had an unofficial policy of looking the other way when there was sexual intercourse between the Bruins and the football players,” the lawsuit alleges. Sex between Bruins and players was common, according to the complaint.

“Baylor’s recruiting policies and practices, along with the Baylor Bruin football hostess program, directly contributed to the creation of a culture of sexual violence that permeated Baylor and from which Ms. Doe would soon suffer,” the lawsuit stated.
GRA:Just one example.Google for more.
--GR Anonymous