Woman Who Gave Stranger Oral Sex On Train Reveals Reason
The woman who performed oral sex on a man on a train in Australia has said she carried out the act because 'it was her birthday and something she had always wanted to do'.
Chantelle Gordon, 34, has been named as the woman who got frisky with 38-year-old Shane Brennan on a train in Port Kembla, Australia last December.
Last week, Brennan hit headlines after he revealed that he was approached by a woman with a 'mad body' who said: "I'm horny. Will you fuck me?"
The dad-of-three said he initially refused to engage with the woman, but after she began masturbating on the train, he agreed to oral sex.
He told Wollongong Local Court: "She was pretty horny and ready to go. Toey as."
Court documents seen by news.com.au have now released Gordon's motive - that it was her birthday and something she'd been on keen doing.
However, to add another twist to what is already The Greatest Story Of 2018, court papers show that her birthday is 5 January and not 14 December when the interaction took place.
Unlike Brennan, Gordon didn't turn up at court. She was convicted at Port Kembla Local Court in her absence of 'behaving in an offensive manner in a public place and wilful and obscene exposure'. A warrant has since been issued for her arrest.
When approached by the Mail Online, Gordon said she had no memory of the incident. She told the news outlet she was shocked to learn that she had been caught on the wrong side of the law.
"Someone told me yesterday and I didn't believe them because I haven't been in trouble," she said.
But despite her lapse in memory, the pair were caught on CCTV and officers were waiting on the platform when they alighted the train.
Brennan had left behind a 'large and disgusting' liquid mess on the floor, which officers thought was urine. But he was quick to point out that it was actually Coca-Cola, telling cops: "I didn't spill it. I was cleaning myself up." Well, thank God for that, eh, because anything else would be disgusting, wouldn't it?
He also said that as the train was empty, "You'd think the train guard would've said 'good on ya, mate'."
He was handed a $700AUSD fine and 12-month good behaviour bond. He's also in 'strife' with his partner of 12 years, which is only to be expected, I guess.