November 2018

Curfew for woman, 39, who simulated sex on a Trentbarton bus which had schoolkids on

nrhn Lisa Chung.

A woman who simulated sex on the back of a bus has been handed a community sentence.

Lisa Elizabeth Chung lay down in the Trentbarton bus, and stroked the walking stick of the man she was with in a suggestive way.

She also bounced up and down on the man’s lap while he caressed her breasts

The 39-year-old, of Argyll Road, Ripley, who was sentenced to 12 months in 2013 for permitting her house to be used for supplying crack cocaine was captured by CCTV on the bus – which was also being used by schoolchildren.

Prosecuting solicitor Robert Carr told a previous hearing at Chesterfield Magistrates’ Court how police had received reports and CCTV images of Chung’s behaviour at the back of the bus as it drove through Swanwick.

Footage showed Chung and a man on the back of the bus and Chung was lying on the back seat spreading her legs wide before sitting back up.

Chung was also seen stroking the walking stick of the man she was with in a suggestive way and they started kissing and cuddling 

At one point the man loosened his belt and Chung put her head down towards his private parts but there was no exposure of skin before her head came back up.

Chung also sat on the man’s knee spending some time bouncing up and down on his lap while he caressed her breasts

Chung admitted committing an act outraging public decency by acting in a sexual and inappropriate way on a bus at Swanwick Hall School, on The Green, at Swanwick, on April 26 this year.

Chung told police she had been on the bus travelling from Ripley to Riddings, and she said she had been drinking.

The court had heard Chung had been very embarrassed during her police interview, and accepted her behaviour had been inappropriate.

Magistrates sentenced Chung to a 12-month community order with a six-month curfew and a Rehabilitation Activity Requirement.

She must also pay an £85 victim surcharge and £85 costs.

Her co-accused also faces a charge of outraging public decency and was due to have his case heard on November 5, but failed to attend court.