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Woman Who Gave Blowie On Sydney Train Said She Did It Because It Was Her Birthday

It wasn't her birthday.

Woman Who Gave Blowie On Sydney Train Said She Did It Because It Was Her Birthday

The love story that has engulfed Australia has taken another twist - with the woman charged for performing oral sex on a Sydney train claiming she did it because it was her birthday.

Chantelle Gordon had a warrant issued for her arrest today after she failed to appear at Port Kembla Local Court on the charge of 'behaving in an offensive manner in a public place and wilful and obscene exposure'.

As the love story goes, Ms Gordon witnessed fellow Wollongong local Shane Brennan enjoying some time with "Mrs. Palmer" and offered to lend him a hand (or mouth).

The action was caught on CCTV, as was Brennan's subsequent action of washing his Tackle off with a 1.25 litre bottle of coke.

Court documents today said that Ms. Gordon told officers she performed the act because "it was her birthday and it was always something she wanted to do".

Only it wasn't her birthday (which is on January 5th), with the act committed on December 14th.

However, it wouldn't be the first time in history someone has received (or given someone) an early birthday present.

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