The Sexual Activity Of A Deaf Couple Made The Loud Noises
Copulating Deaf Couple Unaware of Own Volume
Monday night, a record number of noise complaints were received by Residential Security Officers in Roger Revelle College. Officers responding to the calls found the sexual activity of a deaf couple to be the source of the noises, which were described as “cacophonous” by witnesses.
The first officer on the scene, Frank Zipelli, reported, “I could hear those two all the way from the parking lot.” According to Zipelli, “It sounded as if they were bludgeoning a cow. There would be a low moan, like a ‘moo,’ and then a ‘bang’ and a higher-pitched ‘moo.’ It was like ‘MOO…BANG…MOOO!’”
Upon further investigation, officers on the scene were able to locate the disturbance in the bedroom of Revelle sophomore Katherine Chavez. “All her suite-mates were awake,” said Zipelli. “They all were crowded around her door, afraid to go in.”
Jamie Valencia was one of those at the scene. “We banged on the door for 15 minutes straight!” said Valencia. “The sounds wouldn’t stop—they kept getting louder until the floor was shaking. I had a midterm in the morning and needed to sleep, so I called the police.”
–>“We thought she had broken a leg or something,” added Julie Klein. “The moans and thumping sounded like she kept hitting the wall, but her boyfriend was there too. I thought he might be beating her, but I was afraid to intervene.”
Upon entering the room, the officials found John Miller and girlfriend Katherine Chavez, transfer students from the Sacramento Academy for the Deaf, interlocked in a “deafening tangle of sheets and frantically signing hands.” After yelling a short while, RSO’s had to physically stop the couple from their activity.
Miller and Chavez transferred to UCSD in the fall in order to “more fully experience college life together,” signed Miller. “The apartments seemed like the perfect environment to adjust to life with others.”
What Miller and Chavez had not accounted for when moving to public school was their sound level when having intercourse. “We had attended an institute for the deaf,” signed Chavez. “We didn’t have any idea that we were louder than anyone else. I just get so excited sometimes.”
“This can’t go on every night,” Zipelli told the couple. “I like eavesdropping on hot loud sex as much as any other RSO, but if these noise complaints keep coming in, I’m going to have to cite you.”
Miller and Chavez were reportedly “deeply apologetic” about the incident. Miller offered, “I guess we could close the window next time.”