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Teens Caught In Lobby: 'But We Don't Have Any Place To Have Sex'

Trending: A teen couple is caught doing the deed in a lobby in suburban Chicago.

Not quite a 1940s "Teen-Age Romances" pulp comic, but pretty racy.
Not quite a 1940s "Teen-Age Romances" pulp comic, but pretty racy.

By Dennis Robaugh

Love knows no reason, no boundaries ... so why not have sex in the lobby?

A woman who lives in a Niles condo building in the 8600 block of Shermer Road walked in on a couple of teen-agers in flagrante delicto while ensconced in a lobby chair on Saturday night, March 26, about 5:30 p.m., reports Sun-Times Media.

She demanded that they leave. But the boy, estimated to be 16 to 18 years of age, got up from his chair, pushed the woman against a wall and pleaded, "But we don't have any place to have sex," reports the Sun-Times.

The couple then skedaddled. The woman told police she would talk to the condo board about getting a security camera for the lobby.

So, maybe next time we'll have photos.
Albert Gazalooch April 09, 2014 at 09:54 PM
gjc April 07, 2014 at 01:02 PM Why must some folks bring Obama into everything? Because he's there!
Albert Gazalooch April 09, 2014 at 09:55 PM
What happened to using the back seat of daddy's car?
Keyser Soze April 21, 2014 at 03:44 PM
Hey Portent? Someone needs to inform you that studying a thesaurus doesn't make up for your feelings of inferiority. Sorry but you'll need a shrink for that one. Perhaps you saw the old "In Living Color" skit where they demonstrated this. Thanks for the laugh...
Portent April 22, 2014 at 08:31 PM
Thanks, Soze, for reconfirming your genuinely projected inferiority -- in contrast to your delusional fantasies regarding mine. So thanks anyway, ironically, for complimenting my verbal ability. Unlike you, I don't consult a thesaurus, since I have a pretty facile command of the English language that reflects a lifetime of reading across a wide range of human knowledge and thinking for myself, thank you very much. Your amateurish psychological 'analysis' speaks for its risible self.
Portent April 29, 2014 at 03:15 PM
The breaking news regarding NBA Commissioner Adam Silver's condign punishment of LA Clipper owner Donald Sterling's racist rants really begs the question of moral outrage over this teenage behavior. These kids's insult to social propriety is piddling compared with the gargantuan moral outrage committed by a powerful and super-wealthy, but obviously benighted, adult.

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