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Woman Presses Charges After Being Unknowingly Recorded During Sexual Act With Man Involving Maple Syrup And Blueberry Jam

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A 52-year-old man was charged with voyeurism in a bizarre incident involving jam, maple syrup and masturbation.

During a shift at a client’s residence, landscape gardener Robert Somley told his female coworker that he needed to take a break after loading some wood into a trailer.

When he did not return after 20 minutes, she went to check on him and discovered Somley standing naked inside the home and pleasuring himself while watching porn on a laptop, according to the Connecticut Post.

Instead of being repulsed by Somley’s intimate distraction from his work duties, however, the 48-year-old woman brushed off the incident and casually resumed with her tasks.

Later, she went back to check on her lascivious coworker and found that things escalated to another level.

She witnessed Somley drenching his naked body in maple syrup. As luck would have it, the woman found herself becoming aroused and later confessed to police that what she saw was a “turn on.”



Her intrigue became a slippery slope when she demanded to join him in his sticky, erotic endeavor.

Somley welcomed the company.

The couple allegedly used blueberry jam as a part of their foreplay before engaging in some syrupy sex.

But things did not remain blissful after their romp as human pancakes.

Unfortunately for the woman, Somley video taped the entire incident without her consent and when she demanded Somley delete the footage, he refused.

So she called the police.

Authorities later seized his smartphone with a search warrant and found the incriminating video evidence of the couple’s sticky situation.

The jokes were rampant on Twitter.

One user found an element in the story legitimately objectionable.

Somley told police he wanted to relieve himself from what must have been a hard day at work.

He was arrested and charged with voyeurism and was later released from custody after posting a $50,000 bond.

Breakfast condiments may never be regarded in the same way again.

Bon appétit!

H/T – CTpost, Twitter, Newsweek


Written by Koh Mochizuki

Koh Mochizuki is a New York-based actor and writer. Originally hailing from Los Angeles, he received his B.A. in English literature and is fluent in Japanese. Disney parks are his passion, and endless cups of coffee are a necessity. Instagram: kohster Twitter: @kohster1