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Public sex couple talks about it on a local news channel, for some strange reason.
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For whatever reason, a couple in Norfolk, VA decided to express their physical love in a public parking lot in broad daylight.

Kimberly Jackson, 36, was arrested for being drunk in public. Police found her boyfriend, Earl Palmer, unresponsive and passed out, so they took him to a hospital.

Love.

For whatever further reason, they decided to talk about it with the local news channel.

The results are pretty magnificent.



The best part of this whole weird affair is when the reporter asks whether something like this will happen again.



You've got to credit the guy for his honesty.

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