Father and daughter Justin Bunn, 39, and Taylor Bunn, 19, were arrested after they were caught having sex in their backyard. Picture: Panama City Police Department.
Father and daughter Justin Bunn, 39, and Taylor Bunn, 19, were arrested after they were caught having sex in their backyard. Picture: Panama City Police Department.

Dad and daughter caught in sex act

A FATHER and daughter have been arrested in Florida after allegedly being caught having sex in their backyard, according to reports.

Justin Bunn, 39, and his 19-year-old daughter, Taylor Bunn, were charged with felony counts of incest stemming from an alleged sexual encounter that took place on February 18.

The backyard of Justin and Taylor Bunn's home in Panama City, Florida where a neighbour allegedly caught the pair in a sex act on February 18. Picture: Google Earth
The backyard of Justin and Taylor Bunn's home in Panama City, Florida where a neighbour allegedly caught the pair in a sex act on February 18. Picture: Google Earth

According to a police report, a witness claimed to have seen the father-daughter duo "having sexual intercourse in a missionary position" on a property in Panama City, the Northwest Florida Daily News reported.

A judge ordered the Bunns to stay away from each other, according to the Miami Herald.

Mr Bunn's bail was set at $US5000 ($AU6450), while his daughter's bail was set at $US1000 ($AU1290), reports said.

This article originally appeared in the New York Post and has been reproduced here with permission.

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