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Texas couple have amazing oral sex (in front of children) at Mexican restaurant

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Lashanda Fisher and Jonathan Hightower
Pictured, Austin, Texas couple, Lashanda Fisher and Jonathan Hightower
Lashanda Fisher and Jonathan Hightower
Pictured, Austin, Texas couple, Lashanda Fisher and Jonathan Hightower

Lashanda Fisher and Jonathan Hightower, an Austin, Texas couple are arrested after engaging in oral sex (in front of children) at a Mexican restaurant. 

Also making their tabloid foray are Austin, Texas couple, Jonathan Hightower, 31 and Lashanda Fisher, 28 after the pair were arrested after allegedly engaging in amazing oral sex at a ‘family-friendly’ local Mexican restaurant.

Z reported the ‘amorous’ couple being arrested Sunday for allegedly engaging in oral sex in full view of their fellow diners, among them children, at Baby Acapulco the night before.

According to an arrest affidavit, police officers were summoned to the Mexican eatery at 13609 North I-35 service road in Austin at 10.24pm on Saturday.

By the time the cops arrived, Hightower and Fisher had left the eatery and went to the 7-11 gas station next door.

Officers interviewed several witnesses at Baby Acapulco, who reportedly told them they observed the loved-up duo having amazing oral sex at their booth for five minutes.

Witnesses told police they found the ‘interlude’, which took place within the presence of children to be highly ‘offensive’. 

According to an arrest affidavit cited by Austin-American Statesman, cops later obtained surveillance video confirming eyewitnesses’ accounts. 

‘We told you!’

A regard of the restaurant’ chain’s website, Baby Acapulco (Baby A’s) describes the Tex-Mex eatery as a ‘family-friendly establishment’ with live music ‘for the whole family’ and a ‘kids eat free’ deal once a week.

Upon their arrest our collective heroes were taken into custody the next day and charged with misdemeanor public lewdness, which is punishable by up to a year in jail and a fine of up to $4,000.

As of Tuesday morning, Hightower and Fisher were not listed in the Travis County Jail’s inmate database, suggesting that both have bonded out. Indeed.