Sunday, August 20, 2017

Couple causes stir with sexual activity on Vegas-bound flight

LAS VEGAS (KSNV News3LV) — A couple on Southwest Airlines Flight 3246 from Atlanta to Las Vegas were released without charges Saturday morning after multiple reports of them performing a sexual act.

"Nobody on the flight wanted to file charges," said Lt. John Liberty, watch commander for the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department. "The flight crew left and did not even file a statement so we have nothing to charge them with. They were identified and all the information will be turned over to the FBI."

Liberty said police did not receive any video from crew or passengers.

"The reports are they were involved on the flight and were asked to stop and they just couldn't control themselves," said McCarran International Airport spokesman Michael Oram told News 3 before the plane landed. "My understanding is there is video on social media."

The flight arrived at Terminal 1 Gate C8 at 8:10 a.m.

"The only way it would be an FAA issue is if the passengers disobeyed a crew member's instructions," stated FAA spokesman Ian Gregor via email. "When that occurs, the FAA can propose civil penalties against a passenger."

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LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -  Police spoke to a couple who were reportedly involved in sexual activity while on a Las Vegas-bound plane Saturday morning. 

“Apparently, they just couldn’t control themselves,” said Michael Oram, McCarran International Airport spokesman. “They were all over each other.”

The couple was informed to refrain from such actions while on the flight but continued to do so. 

As the two were passengers on a Southwest Airlines flight headed to Las Vegas from Atlanta, according to airport records.

Southwest flight 3246 landed ahead of schedule at McCarran, just after 8 a.m., and Metro made contact with the couple.

Officers said the incident will be forwarded to the FBI and FAA for investigation, but no complaint was filed or any arrests were made on Saturday. 

The situation did not cause any travel delays according to Southwest.

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