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Grand Children Of Holocaust Survivors: JEWS Teresa M. Kohn and Tyler V. Boehm Arrested For Indecent Act On Sun Country Flight

Couple arrested on plane insist they were joking about joining mile high club

What happens in Vegas may stay in Vegas — but that doesn’t go for the flight back home. Two drunk and frisky fliers were arrested after a woman put her head under the blanket on the lap of another passenger during a return flight from Sin City and said they were “joking around” about joining the mile high club, police said. The canoodling couple from Minnesota — identified in an airport police report as Teresa M. Kohn, 43, and Tyler V. Boehm, 41 — were handcuffed soon after landing on Jan. 21 at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, the Star Tribune reports. Police said the alleged risqué behavior on their Sun Country flight involved Kohn’s head beneath a blanket that was placed over Boehm’s lap. Kohn insisted to police that her head was only under the blanket for 2 seconds, but Jenny Huschka, who was seated in a row behind the couple, told the Star Tribune it lasted for several minutes. Huschka said the couple had been “making out and [Kohn] was touching [Boehm] all over. “It was nonstop,” Huschka said. Source



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