Harrisburg, Pennsylvania (The Weekly Vice) -- A pilot and a flight attendant's romp in the woods ended in embarassment and multiple charges.
Jeffrey Paul Bradford, 24, and Adrianna Grace Connor, 24, both employees of Pinnacle Airlines Inc., were at a diner/bar on Sunday night before they decided to walk back to their hotel.
During that walk, the two enivitably decided to duck into the woods for quick romp. "They told the officer they wanted to go do it in the woods, essentially," said Lower Swatara Township police Sgt. Richard Brandt. "That's the best answer they had."
Somehow, the two became separated, causing such a rukus that it got the attention of neighbors who called police to report a 'naked man and intoxicated woman' around 9:30 that night.
Police summoned a search team and even called in a helicopter with heat sensing equipment to locate the pair.
The couple was located, including Bradford, who police found hiding behind a shed wearing nothing but flip flops and a wristwatch.
Bradford, the pilot, was charged with indecent exposure, public drunkenness and other offenses. Connor, the flight attendant, was charged with theft from a motor vehicle, public drunkenness and other offenses. Police say the theft occurred when connor removed a flashlight from a neighbor's truck to look for Bradford.
Joe Williams, a spokesperson for the airline released a statement saying, "We're conducting an internal investigation and will take appropriate action. The pilot and flight attendant have been removed from flight status, pending the outcome of that investigation. They were not on duty at the time, and never close to a plane."
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