Have sex at St Patrick's Cathedral and cool off in a Boston brewery!
DJs Dumped Over Church Sex Stunt - CBS News
The New York-based shock jocks, criticized by Catholic groups for broadcasting a live account of a couple allegedly having sex in St. Patrick's Cathedral, had their nationally syndicated show canceled Thursday. The station, owned by Infinity Broadcasting, offered no further comment. The pair had been pulled off the airwaves Monday, three days after the stunt was aired. The cancellation was announced shortly after Federal Communications Commission Chairman Michael Powell directed the agency's enforcement bureau to investigate the broadcast. The FCC had been flooded with hundreds of complaints about the show.
Patrick's Cathedral while parishioners worshiped nearby. Loretta Lynn Harper , 35, of Alexandria, and her boyfriend, Brian Florence , 37, of Quantico, were charged with obscenity in the third degree and public lewdness. Another man, Paul Mercurio , 42, of New York, who allegedly engaged in a live radio commentary on the sex act, also was arraigned on a charge of acting in concert with the couple.
After subsequent appearances, Cumia decided to pursue a radio career and team with Hughes to host their own show. They gradually reduced the amount of music and adopted a talk format, incorporating " shock jock " humor and regular appearances by stand-up comedians. The show became the highest rated afternoon show in New York City, and became nationally syndicated from to a peak of 17 stations.