In the clip, a man — wearing little more than a CC Sabathia T-shirt — and his companion appear too absorbed in the act to notice the recording device or an onlooker draped over the adjoining stall. Then you see all the security guards and other fans. Jump to. Sections of this page. Accessibility Help.
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Shocked music fans appeared to question if they were really seeing the woman's legs in the air at the Governador Magalhaes Pinto Stadium. Music is blaring from the stadium's speakers but it does not stop the couple, despite dozens of onlookers catching sight on what is happening. One man was filmed looking at this girlfriend in disbelief as the couple appeared to change positions.
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We must ban them from being near children ever again! SilentStrider : netweavr: Oh no, two consenting adults having sex! I mean seriously, who goes to Bills games? Relatively Obscure : France's wife confirmed to the station that her husband was stopped while leaving the lavatory. There's a fun conversation to have. If they had taught high school that's one thing, but these teachers are near our kids!
Two school teachers were arrested after allegedly getting caught having sex in a restroom during a Buffalo Bills game. Jennifer Rotella, 35, and Michael France, 38, have been charged with public lewdness following the incident at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Position of responsibility: Jennifer Rotella, a teacher at Stevenson Elementary School, New York state, has been charged with public lewdness. The pair, who both live in Lockport, New York, were arrested after getting caught engaged in sex acts in a stadium bathroom, sources told News 4. France's wife confirmed to the station that her husband was stopped while leaving the lavatory. The pair were among 26 people arrested at the football game against the Tennessee Titans. Both France and Rotella are due in court later this month. Match day: The pair were among 26 people were arrested at the Bills' football game against the Tennessee Titans. School district superintendent Michael Wendt said his office is doing its own investigation. He told Buffalo News.