Hotel clerk recorded audio of newlywed sex

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A St. Paul hotel clerk was sentenced to 90 days in jail for making an audio recording of a newlywed couple having sex, the Pioneer Press reports.

Night clerk Jeremiah Caleb Marg, 29, of Burnsville, who works at the Hotel 340 in downtown St. Paul, admitted he planted the recorder in the room of a Minneapolis couple late last year. The couple found the device, reported it to police and said it caused them great distress.

Marg pleaded guilty as part of a plea agreement, the Pioneer Press reported. The hotel fired him.

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