May 21, 2008
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) -- It may have been a love connection for a young pilot and flight attendant, but it caused a ruckus Sunday night (May 18) in the woods near Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
Jeffrey Bradford and Adrianna Connor, both 24, ate at a diner before they took a walk, and, as an investigating police officer says they told him, decided to "do it" in the woods.
They weren't discreet enough, though, and people in the neighborhood phoned police to report a naked man and drunken woman. A helicopter with heat-sensing gear located pilot Bradford hiding behind a shed, his only attire flip-flops and a wristwatch.
He's charged with public drunkenness and indecent exposure.
They also arrested the flight attendant. She faces an additional charge of theft because police say she swiped a flashlight.
Their company, Pinnacle Airlines, has put both on suspension.
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