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Christopher BucknerEFFINGHAM COUNTY, GA – A brother and sister did little to discourage negative stereotypes associated with Georgia after they were accused of having sex in a tractor trailer parked outside a church in Effingham County, Georgia.

Timothy Savoy, 25, and his sister Christopher Buckner, 20, were busted early Tuesday morning last week after someone called police to report a prowler. Police responding to the location found the siblings walking together down the highway.

At first Savoy said he was just walking his sister home, but the pair would eventually break down and admit they’d had sex three times in a tractor trailer parked outside the Countryside Baptist Church.

Apparently, their love-making was spurred after watching “The Notebook,” the 2004 film starring Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams as a young couple who fall in love during 1936.

Savoy and Buckner were arrested and charged with incest, aggravated sodomy and prowling. Records show Savoy remains behind bars on $13,400 bond.

Admittedly, I also fucked my sister after we watched “The Notebook,” but we did it in her husband’s minivan while her kids played in the backseat. Doing it on church property would’ve been too weird.

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