Loud Sex a No Go!!

Loud Sex a No Go!!

Posted on: August 31, 2013

An Australian couple’s wild love-making has seen them cop a fine after upsetting their neighbours for having sex too loudly.

Adelaide’s Jessica Angel and Colin Mackenzie are being fined A$4000 (NZ$5134) for breaching the Environmental Protection Act of 1993, News Ltd reports.

Under South Australian law, noise is classified as a form of pollution and that includes vibration.

Police patrols have reportedly visited the couple's unit 20 times since April. MacKenzie, 45, blamed his girlfriend for the noise.

"Our average sex goes anywhere from four, six, seven hours, basically five nights a week," he said.

"That's pretty much why I am asleep at six o'clock in the afternoon.

"I will probably die of a heart attack.

"She is almost killing me as it is."

An emergency environment protection order was served on the couple on Sunday last week, ordering them to cease all noise for 72 hours.

But the couple were reported to have ignored that order and police were called again on Tuesday morning.

The couple are reportedly the first in South Australia to be charged with breaching those environmental laws.An Australian couple’s wild love-making has seen them cop a fine after upsetting their neighbours for having sex too loudly.

Adelaide’s Jessica Angel and Colin Mackenzie are being fined A$4000 (NZ$5134) for breaching the Environmental Protection Act of 1993, News Ltd reports.

Under South Australian law, noise is classified as a form of pollution and that includes vibration.

Police patrols have reportedly visited the couple's unit 20 times since April. MacKenzie, 45, blamed his girlfriend for the noise.

"Our average sex goes anywhere from four, six, seven hours, basically five nights a week," he said.

"That's pretty much why I am asleep at six o'clock in the afternoon.

"I will probably die of a heart attack.

"She is almost killing me as it is."

An emergency environment protection order was served on the couple on Sunday last week, ordering them to cease all noise for 72 hours.

But the couple were reported to have ignored that order and police were called again on Tuesday morning.

The couple are reportedly the first in South Australia to be charged with breaching those environmental laws.