Indianapolis police said an officer interrupted a newlywed couple having apparent sexual intercourse in the parking lot of a motel.
The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department said an officer patrolling a Westside area spotted activity in a car parked at the edge of a motel lot just prior to 1 a.m. Wednesday, the Indianapolis Star reported.
"I observed two people in the car," Officer Brady Ball wrote in his report of the incident. "I observed a woman straddling a man. She was on top of the man and moving up and down on him with both people in the driver's seat."
The officer said he turned his spotlight on the couple and saw they were both exposed below the waist when they quickly changed positions.
"I told them each to put on and pull up their pants," the officer wrote.
The report said the man, 20, and woman, 28, said they were newlyweds having a spontaneous sexual romp in the parking lot.
The officer "issued them both a summons for indecent exposure, engaging in sexual intercourse in public and appearing in a state of nudity in public," the report said. "They were instructed to either leave the property or get a room. The couple left the property."