A man was arrested in Florida, when he was”allegedly” caught having sex with blow up dolls in a shopping centre car park. He must have fancied a threesome because there were 2 dolls that he was giving his love to. In the press report that was released by the police, the man said that he was there to buy clothes for his dolls.
George Bartusek Jr., was arrested on charges of trespassing and disturbing the peace after witnesses saw him engage in sexual acts inside a car with the dolls.
A crowd had gathered and were yelling at the police when they arrived, pointing to the car where the sex acts had/were allegedly happened/happening.
The store manager Frederick Wiggins, had asked Bartusek to leave the car-park several times.
The police said in their report:
A witnesses stated in a sworn statement that the defendant was performing activity with two different blow up dolls in his vehicle that was consistent with masturbation and other simulated sexual activity.
It appears that Bartusek intentionally parked in the first space in front of the shopping centre to attract attention, the report said. “After the police investigation, it was determined that Bartusek’s actions were corrupting the public’s morals and outraged the sense of public decency,” the officer wrote.
The officer said Bartusek told him he was at the shopping center to buy clothes for his dolls at the nearby Target.
Apparently, Bartusek’s shorts had a large opening in the front and were confiscated after the arrest. He was not wearing underwear, the officer said, so he was given a gown to wear while transported to the jail for booking.
A witness claims that Bartusek was kissing the dolls and touching them inappopriately. Then, he started bouncing the dolls around and seemed to be trying to get some attention.
If he gets off on being caught having sex in public, then it really shouldn’t be where families and children are going to possibly see him.
Bartusek was charged with Breach of Peace and taken to the Lee County Jail.
The dolls however, aftter being towed away, were released without questioning.
by Sash Dubronitz