NEW: Couple caught having sex on Bingham Island as Trump visited area


A couple was caught having sex Friday night on Bingham Island, the small patch of land near President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago Club, that has become a popular gathering spot for protesters and supporters each time the president visits Palm Beach.

According to The Palm Beach Daily News, a 19-year-old man and 20-year-old woman were spotted by a U.S. Coast Guard patrol stationed in the Intracoastal to protect Trump and his family as they visited Palm Beach for Easter weekend.

» COMPLETE COVERAGE: President Donald Trump in Palm Beach

The Coast Guard notified Palm Beach police, and an officer who responded to the scene saw the woman perched on the man’s lap, the Palm Beach Daily News reported. The couple was positioned behind bushes on Bingham Island’s beach.

» Where Trump fans gather: What you don’t know about Bingham Island

In addition to being spotted by the Coast Guard, a Palm Beach surveillance camera also caught the pair, the Daily News said.

Both the man and woman were arrested and issued notices to appear for violating Florida’s indecent exposure law, a misdemeanor.

» Frank Cerabino: Sex on beach could get Florida man 15 years in jail

Besides being a popular gathering spot for Trump supporters and protesters, national news reporters also have taken to filing dispatches from Bingham Island. When President-elect Trump visited Mar-a-Lago in November and December, the “Bingham Island” dateline on some news reports had locals scratching their heads.

» Read Frank Cerabino’s column: ‘Welcome to Bingham Island, our new Trump media headquarters’



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