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Graveyard Sex May Have Caused A Tombstone To Roll Over On A New Jersey Woman's Leg

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A woman was injured when a gravestone rolled over her leg while she was possibly involved in sexual activity in Ahavath Israel Cemtery near Trenton, N.J. on May 31 | Anne Samachson
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A 39-year-old woman was rushed to a New Jersey hospital after a gravestone rolled over her leg while she may have been engaged in a sexual act, according to local police.

"There may have been some extracurricular activities," Capt. James Stevens of Hamilton Township police told AOL Weird News.

He added that he didn't think the woman was seriously injured in the accident around 7 p.m. on May 31 while she visited a relative's grave with a man.

Stevens didn't know how the tombstone toppled. Nor did he know if the headstone belonged to the relative that the injured lover was visiting.

Commenters on the Times of Trenton website, which first reported the incident, immediately added humorous insults to her injury.

"Laid to rest," wrote one comedian.

"Gives new meaning to the word boneyard," quipped another.

But authorities at Adath Israel Congregation aren't laughing. The synagogue's administrator said they're waiting to see ta completed police report before deciding if they'll press charges against the passionate pals.

"The information will be more clear after we have the police report," said the administrator Linda, who didn't give her last name before hanging up. "We'll decide after that."

She wouldn't say if the marker was damaged in the heat of the moment.

Her statements conflict with statements from Capt. Stevens who said that no crime took place and that the synagogue already declined to open a criminal complaint.

"We received a 911 call for an emergency," Stevens said. "It's not a crime."

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