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Swingers crash into La Guardia Airport as threesome goes wrong

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On 14:20 EST, 23 June 2014 News started to go viral when swingers crashed into La Guardia Airport. Craig Gallo, 51, caused a minor security scare at the New York City airport after descending below deck with James Benenato, 60 and Mary Ann Belson, 60 and engaging in a threesome. Port Authority Police Department admitted that a security breach had occurred.

The two men, Craig Gallo and James Benenato picked up Mary Ann Belson at a nearby bar on Sunday, June 22 and decided to take Craig Gallo's boat for a ride. The boat captain Craig Gallo left the controls of his boat to have a drunken threesome with James Benenato and Mary Ann Belson.

The scare at New York's La Guardia Airport on Sunday occurred when Craig Gallo, 51 crashed his boat into the runway o f the airport which housed the airport's runway lights.

The NYPD's Harbor Unit have charged Gallo with operating a boat under the influence. Mary Ann Belson was taken to the hospital to be treated for a broken nose and a broken jaw form the incident. James Benenato did not suffer any injuries during the threesome crash.

The men met Mary Ann Belson at a bar near College Point in Queens and claimed they have never met her prior. Amazingly the boat was left impaled by the airport runway lights where it stayed until Port Authority could come in to investigate and rescue.

Staggeringly, the boat was left impaled on the stanchion for 30 minutes before the Port Authority arrived to investigate. When a spokesman for the Port Authority police were questioned, they admitted that security had been breached at the airport runway.

According to dailmail.uk, the PA reported that if the people aboard the vessel had been terrorists with ill intent, they would have been sussessful. Dailymail.uk also reports that the PA said 'If they had hand-held rockets, they would have had plenty of time to fire at planes.'

Interestingly enough the PA Police Department had no patrols on that night because it was decided that evening patrols would cost too much money, as cutting cost measures were in place. There were boat patrols but were not used for deployment that night.

'The boats were purchased with federal money. They are not being deployed 24-7 — as the public would expect them to be,' said Paul Nunziato of the PAPD union.

Gallo who hails from New Jersey works for a financial firm located on Long Island was the captain of the boat when he crashed into Runway 22.

The police are amazed that the boat did not sink, because the boat was impaled and took the police at least 30 minutes to arrive at the crash site.

It's reported that a spokesman for the PAPD said that before the smash, 'a consensual three-way sex endeavor was going on.

'There’s a moral here: If you’re feeling amorous aboard a boat, I suggest you drop your anchor before you drop your pants.’

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