Champlin Police Department reminds public to not 'canoodle' in public after incident in parking lot

Champlin Police Department reminds public to not 'canoodle' in public after incident in parking lot Photo: Courtesy of the Champlin Police Department.

Tommy Wiita
Updated: January 13, 2021 06:24 PM
Created: January 13, 2021 01:51 PM

The Champlin Police Department sent out an uncommon reminder on Wednesday. 

"We would like to pass along a friendly reminder to everyone looking for some alone time with a sweetheart to please avoid any romantic entanglement in busy parking lots during normal business hours," the department said in a Facebook post. 

The department said an officer had tapped on a window to address the mentioned situation with a couple inside of a parked car in an autobody parking lot recently. 

"So please, save your sweetie the embarrassment and find somewhere private for any canoodling," the post concluded.

Hey Champlin, We would like to pass along a friendly reminder to everyone looking for some alone time with a sweetheart...

Posted by Champlin Police Department - Minnesota on Wednesday, January 13, 2021


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