UPDATE: The crazy story of the two people having sex on top of the High Roller is getting even crazier. We're now learning the man and his fiance came to Las Vegas to get married. But after a fight, Philip Panzica ended up getting frisky with someone else on the High Roller. Now, Panzica and his fiance are opening up to 13 Action News about what led up to the now infamous romp.
Scordianos and Panzica are due in court on March 9 for negotiations.
ORIGINAL STORY: A man and a woman found themselves in jail recently after attempting to join the Vegas version of the Mile High Club on the Las Vegas Strip.
Chloe Alexis Scordianos, 21, of Hicksville, New York, and Phillip Frank Panzica III, 27, of Houston, Texas, were taken into custody on Feb. 5 after an employee observed them smoking and undressing inside a cabin during a ride on The High Roller Observation Wheel.
The employee says she asked the couple via overhead intercom to put out their cigarettes and to put back on their clothes. The employee says that they complied momentarily before continuing to remove their clothes.
The cabins next to the couple were occupied with guests. The employee says that they could be seen video recording them with their cell phones.
Scordianos and Panzica were taken to the security office after their ride. It was revealed that Panzica had a warrant for his arrest in Laughlin.
When police asked the couple if they knew why they were brought to the security office, they said they were having a good time, and didn't think that anyone would notice.
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