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Friday, 12 September 2014

See the face of the lady caught having sex inside a catholic Church !

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Navina Spring and St Mary's RC Church, Derby
A couple were caught having sex in public twice in eight days, a court heard.
Disgusted church staff caught vulnerable Navina Spring, 30, and a man having intercourse in a doorway at St Mary's Catholic Church in Derby.
A church volunteer said he was "disgusted and angered by what he saw," Southern Derbyshire Magistrates Court was told.
It was only eight days after the same couple stunned a mother and daughter who saw them lying half naked and cavorting in a nearby car park in broad daylight.
Spring, from Derby, was “very drunk” on both occasions and “unaware what she was doing could be seen by the public”.
Stephen Cooper, defending, said at the time of both offences she was homeless, in a very vulnerable position and put her trust in the man.
“She has limited emotional strength but accepts by her guilty plea that she was equally culpable for what happened. It is clear that alcohol is something she uses as a crutch to lean upon.”
Google MapsSt Mary's Church, Derby
Scene of the crime: St Mary's Church, Derby
George Speed, prosecuting, said in the first offence a security guard discovered Spring lying on her back with a man on top of her: "Both were naked from the waist down, there was no clothing on their bottom halves and there were a number of members of the public in the area at the time.
“A mother and her young daughter reported it to the police who arrived and told the pair to get dressed.”
Spring and the man, who has already been prosecuted and dealt with by the courts for both offences but was not named in this instance, were both on bail for the first offence when the second on took place at St Mary’s Church.
Spring pleaded guilty to two counts of committing an act of outraging public decency and a separate count of being drunk and disorderly.
The hearing was told how she had previous offences for being drunk and disorderly, but is now in a stable relationship with a new partner.
Magistrates gave her a 12-month community order with an alcohol treatment requirement. She must also pay £85 prosecution costs and a £60 victim surcharge.