SALISBURY, Mass. (WCVB/CNN) -- Some attendees at a Massachusetts wedding were offended Saturday when a man and a woman disrobed and went for a swim in the ocean outside the venue, a police report said.
Someone called police at 4:25 p.m. from the Blue Ocean Music Hall, the report said. While an officer was on the way, dispatchers said they received a second call reporting the nude swimmers.
When Officer Jeremy Kelley arrived, he noted that he saw the fully naked man and woman swimming about 15-20 yards out into the water. He was not the only one to see them.
“There were numerous patrons looking out the windows at the swimmers,” Kelley’s report noted.
Kelley said he called the man and woman to shore, brought them their clothing and asked them some questions. He learned that Zachary Tomko, 29, and Holly O’Neal, 20, were staying in New Hampshire, but were from Ohio and Pennsylvania originally.
“They said that they did not want to get their clothes wet, so they decided to take them off,” Kelley wrote.
The father of the bride told Kelley that several of the attendees at the wedding had noticed the skinny dippers and at least one table of people were offended by the nudity. Other guests, the father said, were laughing and taking pictures.
“They both seemed to understand that their decision was not thought through prior to entering the water naked,” Kelley wrote.
Tomko and O’Neal were placed under arrest for the charge of disorderly conduct and transported to the police station to await bail. They both pleaded guilty on Wednesday and agreed to pay $282 in fines and fees.
The two have since returned to their seasonal work at an apple orchard.
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