Woman Was Jailed For Having Extremely Noisy Sex

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Woman Was Jailed For Having Extremely Noisy Sex

by Alyss Bowen |
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A woman from Red Lion, America, has pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct for having sex too loudly. Before you think ‘wtf, why would someone be jailed for having noisy sex,’ Amanda Warfel, 25, was having sex so loudly for two years that the neighbours in question had to wear headphones so they could sleep – and that’s just the start of it.


Her neighbours, Tanya Saylor along with her terminally ill husband and their five children aged between 9 and 17, one of which has cancer, had tried to deal with the issue by confronting it head on. Yet even after they knocked on her door and asked her to keep the noise down, she still wouldn’t reign it in.

Saylor told the York Daily Record two of her daughters, 15 and 17 shared a room that shared Warfel’s room. Warfel would call out her daughters names, threaten them and describe the acts so loudly they could hear, and on one occurrence she was: “loudly fornicating and banging around her room to the degree that the victims’ dresser and her own bed shook.’

Saylor's 17-year-old daughter, who has cancer, once had to spend 10 whole days in the room after getting treatment as she had to be quarantined. During that time Warfel had sex nonstop, harassing and taunting her neighbors with racial threats, reports *YDR. *

After two years, the family finally reported the incidents to the police. Warfel pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct and harassment charges and was sentenced to 45 to 90 days, which she has already served after being charged with ethnic intimidation towards the same neighbours in March.

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This article originally appeared on The Debrief.

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