Caroline Cartwright could be facing a jail sentence for being noisy everytime she and her husband have sex.
We've all been there - hearing unnecessary noises of love-making by accident and wishing not to have heard anything. But this woman's neighbours got so fed-up with the noisy sex they have lodged complaints that could put Cartwright in jail.
Neighbours have filed 250 complaints against the 48-year-old for "making excessive noise" by "moaning and
screaming," causing courts to file a civil order against the noisy
Cartwright has been married to her partner in crime, Steve, for 24
years. With what seems like a pretty healthy attitude, Cartwright, who claims sex helped her lose six stone, said yesterday:
"We were making noises for three hours this morning. I can't stop
making noise during sex, it's unnatural. I'll appeal.""I can't stop making noise during sex, it's unnatural. I'll
Cartwright is scheduled to appear before the courts on Monday, following a presumably much-more-boring-than-usual weekend.
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