Georgia Couple Arrested For Lewd Margarita Stunt At Family Restaurant

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A couple from Georgia was caught on camera performing a shocking act with a margarita at a Mexican restaurant, which led to them being arrested after they called the cops on themselves.

Georgia couple arrested for lewd stunt

Joe Boyett filmed himself attempting to funnel a margarita down the rear end of his wife, Mary Sweats, inside Rodeo Mexican Restaurant in Waycross, Georgia, TMZ reported.

In the now viral video, Boyett struggled with the funnel and eventually poured the tequila-based drink directly from the pitcher onto his wife’s backside while she was on all fours in a restaurant booth.

Screenshots from the video show a woman on her hands and knees with her butt exposed, while a man in a baseball cap and orange shirt holds a margarita behind her.

One image captures him pouring the drink, and another shows him smiling after drinking it from her red thong covered derriere.

In another raunchy clip, Sweats is seen exposing her breasts while Boyett puts her left breast in his mouth as she pulls him towards her.

After their explicit video went viral, it was Sweats herself that called the police to complain they were filmed, which lead to their own arrest.

Georgia couple arrested after calling the cops on themselves

Until that point, the police were unaware of their margarita mishap, but once notified, they took the pair into custody. Boyett turned himself in on Monday, and Sweats followed suit on Tuesday, TMZ said.

The restaurant released a statement, condemning the “inappropriate” incident and stating that any employees involved would face unnamed consequences.

“We recently became aware of an inappropriate incident that took place in our restaurant,” read a statement shared by the restaurant online.

“We want to make it clear that such behavior is completely unacceptable and does not reflect our values or mission to provide a family-friendly dining experience.”

While Sweats willingly participated in the act, the restaurant is investigating whether an unidentified employee was also involved in the explicit antics.

“We are taking the matter very seriously and are conducting a thorough investigation in collaboration with the authorities,” the restaurant added. “Any employees found to be involved will face appropriate action.”

Drug dealer adds an extra ingredient to restaurants’ roofs

Authorities in Detroit apprehended a man after he allegedly tossed bags of cocaine onto the roofs of Texas Roadhouse and Red Lobster while fleeing from the police.

Eric Talton, 29, was arrested on July 3, according to CBS News. Officials from the St. Clair County Drug Task Force reportedly tried to detain Talton, but he allegedly fled on foot.

Talton ran past several national chain restaurants during the ensuing chase and tossed small bags of drugs onto the roofs of each one as he jetted past.

He threw 18.5 grams of cocaine onto the roof of a Red Lobster and slung another 1.8 grams onto the roof of a Texas Roadhouse.

The suspect was ultimately apprehended in front of the Texas Roadhouse, and a search revealed he had $1,020 in cash on him, but no drugs.

The two bags of cocaine that he discarded were later recovered by law enforcement.

Talton faces charges of intent to distribute cocaine, resisting arrest, obstruction, tampering with evidence, and operating a drug house. He was held on a $50,000 bond following his arraignment.

Intoxicated man falls asleep in drive-thru

In an unrelated incident in Florida, a man was arrested after falling asleep in his car at a Taco Bell drive-thru.

According to the Polk County Sheriff’s Office (PCSO), Marcus Jamar Jenkins, 34, was found asleep in the line while his car was still running.

When a responding deputy attempted to wake Jenkins and failed, emergency medical services were called to the scene.

The deputy observed that Jenkins had bloodshot eyes, appeared slow to react, was sweating profusely, and had breath that smelled of alcohol.

An open bottle of alcohol, fentanyl, and marijuana were found in the car, along with a Florida ID card belonging to another person.

Jenkins was charged with DUI, trafficking in fentanyl, possession of marijuana, having an open container of alcohol, public nuisance, resisting arrest, driving with a suspended or revoked license, and possession of another person’s ID.

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