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Woman had sex in front of three children on bus after boyfriend was freed from prison

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A yob who was banned from Sandwell was caught having sex on a bus in full view of three young children, a court heard.

Samantha Truslove was so excited her boyfriend had been released from prison that she couldn't even wait until the end of the bus ride home before getting intimate with him, Dudley Magistrates Court was told.

The 26-year-old was given an ASBO banning her from the borough in 2013 and was also in court charged with breaching that order after being drunk and abusive towards police within the boundaries of where she was not allowed to be.

She and her former partner were turfed out of Blackheath after making their neighbours' lives hell with their drunken behaviour.

Truslove, of Wolverhampton Street, Dudley, had met up with new boyfriend Peter Walker on January 6 after he was released from prison, the court was told. They were on the backseat of a single-decker bus going through Cradley Heath when they were caught in the act by three schoolchildren.

Ms Linda Gudgeon, prosecuting, told the court: "It was school-leaving time and two eight-year-old boys and a nine-year-old girl saw and had to have their eyes averted. One mother said she has had to have a discussion with her child about it several times since."

Truslove was jailed for 28 weeks in her absence after being removed from the dock for shouting at district judge Graham Wilkinson. She pleaded guilty to outraging public decency and breaching her ASBO.

Mr Wilkinson was also told how Truslove was arrested in Sandwell after becoming abusive towards police who had stopped a van she was in. She had breached the terms of the ASBO several times since it was imposed in 2013, the court was told.

Walker, aged 37, also of Wolverhampton Street, Dudley, appeared in the dock separately. He was sent to prison for 17 weeks after also admitting outraging public decency.

Mr Wilkinson told him: "You left prison on January 6 knowing that if you committed an offence you would go back to prison. You didn't even wait until you got home to commit an offence.

"You went straight out and consumed alcohol, had sexual intercourse in full sight of all people wondering by including children."

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