I don't know where the following article/post originated, but my friend Emily just forwarded (e-mail subject: UW Score) this very disturbing account of a man and woman getting very naughty in a public bathroom stall at Camp Randall Stadium (home of the Badger football team). Very disgusting. It's a public restroom, people, come on. That's so dirty. Have a little class and decency!
Sex in Camp Randall stall nets disorderly conduct charges
Mike Miller — 9/24/2007 12:06 pm
While the Badgers were scoring frequently in the second quarter of their victory over Washington State on Sept. 1, a young couple was scoring on their own in a stall in the women's restroom in the upper deck, resulting in a court appearance today on charges of disorderly conduct.
The man, 22, of the Grant County community of Stitzer, and woman, 23, of Madison, were initially cited by University Police for lewd and lascivious conduct, but those charges were later changed to disorderly conduct when the case went to the District Attorney's office. UW Assistant Police Chief Dale Burke, who measures his term of service in decades, said he cannot remember a similar incident at a Badger game in the past, but added "sex is a powerful, powerful motivator."
According to UW Police Officer Gerard Pehler, he was assisting a fan who had fallen due to heat exhaustion when a bystander approached and asked him, "Can you do anything about two having sex in the women's restroom stall?"
"They're going at it pretty good," added the fan.
Pehler asked a woman concession supervisor to go into the women's room and when she returned she reported she asked the couple to stop, but they didn't and told Pehler the restroom was cleared and he could enter.
The two were pulling up their pants when the officer arrived. "I asked them quite loudly to get out of the stall," Pehler says in his report of the incident. the woman still had her pants down and was struggling to pull them up, the officer said. "It should be noted that she was unsuccessful in the attempt because her pants were inside out," the officer said.
Because the UW has a policy in place to revoke season tickets of people who cause disturbances, the officer asked couple to produce their tickets and the man was able to find his -- the seats were in section KK -- but the woman couldn't find hers, what with her pants being inside out.
The pair were taken to the police office in the stadium and told they would be arrested for lewd and lascivious conduct when the man said they were "only peeing together."
When Officer Pehler was explaining the citation to the couple, the woman said, "Something to the effect, I know, I know, I did it," Pehler wrote in his report.
The man, on the other hand, said "whatever, no big deal."
Burke said in all the years he can remember he can't think of another instance of fans having sex at a game, "but we had something like that at the Kohl Center at a concert."
That couple was having sex in a family bathroom when arrested and taken to the police office, where officers were about to interview them separately, Burke recalled, "and the guy says (to the girl), 'By the way, what is your name?' "
The man and woman each face up to 90 days in jail and a possible fine of $1,000.
And they missed seeing the Badgers win, 42-21."