DETROIT — A couple of strangers who were caught in a sex act while in their seats aboard a Delta flight likely won't face criminal charges but could pay fines of 0 each, a former federal prosecutor said.
A 48-year-old woman on her way to Nashville via Detroit was performing oral sex on a 28-year-old man on his way to Miami via Detroit, leading to complaints from nearby passengers, WDIV-TV, Detroit, reported.
A record percentage of Americans - 64 percent - now believe adult use of the drug should be legal, according to a Gallup poll published this week.
Eisenberg cautioned the study should not be misinterpreted as having proven a causal link.
"All I know is that (the FBI) responded and took it from there. We have a police report, so I'm assuming something happened."The U. Attorney's Office said it had received no word from the FBI as of late Tuesday about charges.
The Wayne County Prosecutor's Office said it is not involved in the case.
Both sexes reported that communication is key to keeping the spark alive.
Men and women who found it "always easy to talk about sex" were less likely to report lack of sexual interest.
"The embarrassment is probably the biggest punishment they can receive."The name of the pair, who reportedly had not met before the flight, has not been released.
“It doesn’t say if you smoke more marijuana, you’ll have more sex,” he said.
Still, for many, research in the name of science may never be so fun.
The former FBI chief in Detroit, Andy Arena, said this is a first for him."I've never seen anything like this," he said.
"It's criminal stupidity, felony stupidity."While Arena ran the Detroit FBI office, he said he did see cases where airline passengers were criminally charged for misbehaving on an airplane.