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Updated with video: Police say couple had sex on Bradenton Beach

You've heard of TMI, but this was more like a case of TM for the eye.

A Bradenton couple found themselves under arrest Sunday morning after their amorous antics in broad daylight were captured on smartphone video.

The Bradenton Beach Police Department said an upset mom called 911 after she saw Elissa Alvarez, 20, and Jose Caballero, 39, both of Bradenton, fondle each other and begin to have sex on the public beach access.

A probable cause affidavit said the mother was especially upset because her 4-year-old daughter and several other people saw the couple having sex in the sand.

Alvarez and Caballero were charged with lewd or lascivious exhibition.

Alvarez and Caballero were both released Monday after each posting a $7,500 bond.

Caballero has a lengthy criminal history that includes charges of trafficking cocaine, driving under the influence and selling marijuana.

Elissa Alvarez, 20, and Jose Caballero, 39, were charged with lewd and lascivious behavior. They were released on $7,500 bond apiece. Manatee County Sheriff's Office

Elissa Alvarez, 20, and Jose Caballero, 39, were charged with lewd and lascivious behavior. They were released on $7,500 bond apiece. Manatee County Sheriff's Office

Updated with video: Police say couple had sex on Bradenton Beach 07/22/14 [Last modified: Wednesday, July 23, 2014 10:16am]
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