Who: Tex and Church [And York eventually, maybe Caboose or River, too] When: Late evening after this thread. Where:JAIL What: We all saw this coming.. Tex and Church get arrested. Finally. Rating: Very, very R rated. Bad language. Adult content. Spartans. Status: Incomplete and .. Open to anyone who might end up in jail?
Tex had never been taken up against the wall in a public place before, and it was (un)likely to happen again.. but she'd enjoyed it thoroughly regardless. It had been about noon when Church had grabbed hold of her and pushed her up against the wall, where she'd insisted that he fuck her right there and right then. And he had. And the little old lady that they'd offended with their language earlier had called the police, and just after Church had finished doing what Church did best (because he certainly couldn't do anything else well, the idiot), the police had showed up, and the two Spartans had gone without a fight, since neither one had wanted to kill any police officers (and they could have, easily). But Tex was now standing in a cell in the small jail.. it had bars on three sides and a concrete wall (with a window), and her arms crossed over her chest as she stared aside at Church, who was in a separate cell.
But Church wasn't in the cell next door to her. No. He had been in the same cell originally, but the pair of them had begun fighting.. then had been taking one another's clothing off. So Church had been moved to the next cell. An hour later, they'd been arguing and Church had been reaching through the bars to tear the front of Tex's shirt open, as she jerked at his pants. So now, Church was a full cell away from her, with ten feet between them. And she was staring hard at him -- if looks could Kill, Church's head would have exploded.
The man that was in the cell between them was sitting on the small bench, stock-still and staring ahead so as not to make eye contact with either one of the Spartans on both sides of him. He especially didn't want to get near the angry looking woman to his right who was glaring at the tall man to his left. But he wouldn't dare look at either. And Tex didn't say a word. Only stared. Hard. But luckily, they'd made a call a few moments ago and York said he'd be on his way to get them, as soon as he went by the bank to get the money to bail them out.