Woman guilty of sex act at Blackpool war memorial

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The incident took place on 7 May

A woman has been found guilty of outraging public decency after she was caught urinating and performing a sex act on a man at Blackpool war memorial.

Wendy Lewis, 32, of Princess Street, Blackpool, was found guilty in her absence of outraging public decency after she failed to appear in court.

The judge at Blackpool Magistrates' Court issued a warrant for her arrest without bail.

Lewis had previously admitted the incident, which took place on 7 May.

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