Posts Tagged ‘oral’

[nwf] FORT WALTON BEACH — A woman who flagged down an undercover officer and then offered oral sex was arrested. The officer was driving down Lovejoy Road around 8 p.m. when the 45-year-old woman motioned for the officer to stop, according to the Fort Walton Beach Police Department arrest report. Once the officer had stopped, the Janet F. Overdurf said she would provide oral sex for $25. The two then negotiated the price down to $17 before the officer arrested Overdurf for prostitution. When searching Overdurf before placing her in the patrol car, the officer found a crack pipe in Overdurf’s “crotch area.” Overdurf, who has at least two prior arrests for prostitution, said she used the pipe daily to smoke crack cocaine. She was subsequently charged for possession of drug paraphernalia in addition to prostitution.

First off, I wouldn’t want this wildebeest within 50 yards of my dick if she was paying me the $17. I don’t know what the hooker market is like in Fort Walton Beach but it looks like they could use some help. With that out of the way, this whore has nobody to blame but herself here. If she had any pride in her craft, like a true professional, she wouldn’t have taken this cheap bastards ridiculous offer of 17 imaginary bucks. She would have laughed in his face and moved on to some real clientele. Everyone knows a solid hummer is going to cost you at least 25 bucks. 50 if you want some scrotum action, 75 if you like a pinky – well, never mind about that. (more…)

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[news] CATHAY Pacific says it has launched a “full investigation” into photos which appear to show a flight attendant performing oral sex on a pilot aboard an aircraft of the Hong Kong carrier. Several pixellated photos of the act have been published in local Chinese-language media, showing the woman in a red outfit resembling Cathay’s cabin crew uniform giving oral sex to a man who the reports said was a pilot.

“There is no evidence whatsoever to suggest that the act took place in-flight, and there are no reasons to believe that any safety breaches have occurred,” a spokeswoman said.

A spokesman for the firm was quoted as saying in separate comments to the South China Morning Post newspaper: “One of the photos appears to have been taken inside an aircraft cockpit. There is no way to tell conclusively whether the photo was taken while the aircraft was on the ground or airborne.”

So a stewardess polishes the pilots joystick and everyone is all up in arms? I just don’t get the outrage here. I think I’d be more concerned if the pilot wasn’t getting blown in the cockpit. (more…)