Florida Man And Woman Busted Doing The Nasty On A Public Beach
Did anyone order a sex on the beach?
Two individuals named Anastazia Cretcher, 19, and Alexander Dillman, 26, were taken into police custody when they were caught by lifeguards having sex in a very public setting on Daytona Beach on Monday afternoon.
Sex On The Public Beach
As reported by the lifeguards, the two suspects were having intercourse in front of other beach-goers and families.
One of the lifeguards recounted that the duo was engaged in the activity for roughly 15 minutes, near the watchtower. The other lifeguard said that he “observed the male erect penis penetration the female's vagina,” according to an arrest affidavit.
Following contact from the lifeguards, Cretcher and Dillman vacated the beach area. However, a sheriff’s deputy discovered them completely naked on the top of a stairwell nearby.
Caught By Police
While Cretcher denied having sex on the sand, she reportedly said the pair “left the beach to find somewhere more private.”
The two individuals were charged with indecent exposure, a misdemeanor, and booked into the Volusia County jail. Dillman was also charged with resisting arrest for allegedly refusing to get in a squad car.
Cretcher's Other Crimes
Anastazia Cretcher, who is known as “Molly,” is facing an aggravated battery count for an earlier incident Monday. She allegedly used a metal beach umbrella tube to strike a female acquaintance. The victim reported to the police that "Molly" had been acting aggressively and even exposed herself to other beachgoers throughout the day.
Wait... She's A Porn Star?
This isn't the first time Cretcher has found herself on the wrong side of the law. Just a few months ago, she was arrested after a violent altercation with a male friend at a Daytona Beach resort. Surprisingly, their relationship was not your typical romantic affair. The pair actually worked together in the adult film industry, filming explicit videos. Despite this, they did not consider themselves to be dating. During the altercation, the victim claimed that Molly not only bit him in the groin but also punched him in the head. Although the bite caused severe injury, the victim believes it did not cause any permanent damage.
Battery and aggravated assault charges were dropped when prosecutors declined to pursue a case against Cretcher, who recently moved to Florida from her family’s Ohio home.