Couple Charged After Engaging In 'Sexual Activity' On Public Bus
A man, 23, and a woman, 31, were caught getting a bit too close on a public bus in NSW.
The pair were on board a public bus in Lake Macquarie, in the Hunter region, on Friday March 29, when the alleged incident occurred.
At about 9.50 am, the bus driver noticed the pair engaged in "sexual activity", NSW Police said.
After being ordered off the bus, the pair became verbally aggressive and spat at the driver, eventually getting off at Warners Bay.
The pair tried to board a second bus but were refused by the driver who had been warned about the earlier incident.
They became aggressive towards the second driver before the man attempted to remove the bus' windscreen wipers.
Police were called but the pair had fled before they arrived.
However, on Tuesday inquiries lead police to arrest the pair, both from Windale.
The man was charged with affray, common assault, intimidation, offensive conduct and malicious damage. He has been refused bail and will front Court on Wednesday.
The woman was charged with offensive conduct and incite to the commission of crimes. She has been given a future court appearance notice and will front Toronto Local Court on May 14.