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The Free Press is not naming the individuals as they were not charged.As legal expert Peter Henning previously noted: “It’s certainly distasteful, but it was not disruptive or interfering with the operation of the plane. We have a police report, so I'm assuming something happened."Detroit's former FBI Chief Andy Arena said this is a first for him."I've never seen anything like this," Arena said."It's criminal stupidity, felony stupidity."Arena noted that while he ran the Detroit FBI office, he did see cases where airline passengers were criminally charged for misbehaving on an airplane.When the plane landed at Detroit Metro, two police officers entered the plane.
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Arena said while charges are unlikely in the sex case, they're not out of the question.
He said it will depend on who was sitting around the couple, whether anyone saw the act, and how disruptive it was, if at all."If this happened on the streets of Detroit and the cops rolled up, what would they do?
That's the likely outcome of an airplane sex case unfolding in Detroit, where the FBI ticketed a man and a woman over the weekend after they were caught in a sex act while in their seats aboard a Delta flight. Attorney's Office said it had received no word from the FBI about seeking any possible charges.
According to sources familiar with the case, the couple — who were reportedly strangers before the flight — are not expected to be criminally charged for their behavior, but rather will have to only pay fines of up to 0 a piece, maybe more. The Wayne County Prosecutor's Office said it's not involved in the case.