Now That’s What I Call Busting Off
A story of unsafe sex.
During a college party at the luxury Knights Tower apartment building in South London, Miguel Ramos, 18, brought 19-year-old Anastasia Tutik out to the balcony for some alone time. Ramos’ friend Alfonso said that “they went on to the balcony to make out – to kiss and cuddle.” But, teens being teens, they quickly moved past second base and went for the home run. “They were trying to have sex on the balcony,” said neighbor Samson Oguntayo. “The guy was lifting the girl and putting her on the bannister, he kept on doing it. You could see they were doing some really dangerous stuff.”
The teens’ lovemaking session ended prematurely, but not in the expected way – Ramos and Tutik lost their balance and fell 60 feet onto a stone patio. After seeing them fall, Oguntayo ran to the scene, but the teens were already dead. The teens had been celebrating finishing their exams at nearby Bellerbys College. Ramos, son of a Mexican politician, had come to London to take a summer course in English. Tutik, described by friends as “very pretty” but “very intelligent as well,” had moved to London from Russia to attend the college.
Maybe they should have been taking a safe sex class instead.