PEARL RIVER, Louisiana – A Catholic priest in Louisiana is accused of committing sexual acts with two ladies at a church altar final month, courtroom paperwork present.

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    Reverend Travis Clark, 37, former pastor of Sts. Peter and Paul Roman Catholic Church, was booked on October 1 on fees of obscenity arising from the September 30 incident, WWL-TV reported. Clark was faraway from his publish as pastor the day after his arrest, church officers stated.

    The 2 ladies, Melissa Cheng, 23, and Mindy Dixon, 41, had been additionally booked on the identical account as Clark. Police alleged that “obscene acts occurred on the altar, which is clearly seen from the road”.

    In response to courtroom paperwork filed by the Pearl River Police Division, a passerby noticed lights go on contained in the church round 11 p.m. on September 30, The Instances-Picayune reported. The individual referred to as police after claiming to see Clark half-naked atop the altar, partaking in intercourse acts with the 2 ladies, who wore excessive heels and corsets and wielded intercourse toys.

    In response to courtroom paperwork, stage lights had been put in on the altar, together with a cellular phone and digicam mounted on tripods, the Instances-Picayune reported.

    The passerby took a video on his cellular phone of the alleged sexual acts and referred to as the authorities, who seen the footage and arrested the trio, WWL reported.

    Clark, who was ordained in 2013, had not too long ago been appointed chaplain of Pope John Paul II Excessive College in Slidell, along with his duties at Sts. Pierre and Paul, in accordance with the tv channel.

    Makes an attempt to contact Clark, Chen and Dixon weren’t instantly profitable, the Instances-Picayune reported. All three have paid a deposit.

    Officers from the Archdiocese of New Orleans declined to touch upon Thursday, saying authorities are investigating the case, the newspaper reported.