Loveshack case gets more interesting

From the Record:

Real estate agent, accused of having sex in Wayne client’s home, claims extortion in countersuit

Pay me $990,000 or have your love nest exposed and your reputation destroyed.

That’s the choice a Wayne real estate agent claims he was presented by a homeowner suing him for allegedly overpricing his home so that it wouldn’t sell while he and a female colleague met there and had sex — trysts the homeowner says were captured on videotape by a security camera.

Robert Lindsay, a former Coldwell Banker agent now working for Re/Max, filed a countersuit Tuesday in state Superior Court in Passaic County accusing his former client of attempted extortion by demanding just shy of $1 million in return for his silence and not releasing the alleged sex tapes to the media.

The lawsuit filed Dec. 6 by the homeowners, Richard and Sandra Weiner, prompted an investigation by the New Jersey Real Estate Commission that could result in Lindsay, a past president of the Passaic County Board of Realtors, and Jeannemarie Phelan losing their real estate licenses and being fined, a spokesman for the state Department of Banking and Insurance said last month.

The countersuit’s claims could make it a criminal matter, according to Lindsay’s attorney, Joseph Afflito Sr. of Wayne.

The shakedown, the suit states, began soon after the Weiners viewed the tapes.

“Thereafter, on numerous occasions, plaintiffs, both directly and by and through agents, made numerous demands on Coldwell Banker to be paid $990,000 in order to avoid instituting suit,” according to the countersuit.

In their lawsuit, the Weiners accused Lindsay of deliberately listing their home above its market value to avoid having to show it to prospective buyers and using the bedroom and other locations in the home to have sex with Phelan. Eleven sexual encounters were caught on tape by a security camera, the suit states.

In one instance, according to the lawsuit, Sandra Weiner was watching a live feed and called police when she didn’t recognize the two people in the house. When police arrived, they found Lindsay pulling up his pants, the suit states.

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94 Responses to Loveshack case gets more interesting

  1. anon (the good one) says:

    @kaylatausche: Kicker: Dimon asked if he’s considered resigning over fines. “No, no, & it’s up to the board.” Reporter: “Which you chair.” [Crickets] $JPM

  2. Street Justice says:

    Carjackers in Short Hills assault resident, nab new Porsche

    http://www.nj.com/essex/index.ssf/2014/01/short_hills_carjacking_nabs_new_porsche.html#incart_river_default

    SHORT HILLS — A man was carjacked of his new Porsche after assailants punched him in his townhouse parking lot on the 800 block of Morris Turnpike about 9 p.m. tonight, police said.

    The man was not seriously hurt and detectives were speaking with him to get a detailed description of his assailants, Lt. Ron Lipp said

    Township police have broadcast a description of the black Porsche Cayenne, asking law enforcement agencies to be on the lookout for the car. The mid-sized crossover SUV bears the customary temporary tags given to new cars, he said.

    “They snuck up on him and punched him in the back of the head,” Lipp said.

    The incident happened nearly a month after the shooting death of a Hoboken attorney in a parking lot at the Mall at Short Hills during the carjacking of his Range Rover.

    Authorities arrested four men on Dec. 21, six days after that incident. The four, Karif Ford, 31, Basim Henry, 32, and Kevin Roberts, 35 all of Newark; and Hanif Thompson, 29, of Irvington, were charged in Dustin Friedland’s death.

    Prosecutors have not said who fired the fatal shot. All have four pleaded not guilty.

  3. anon (the good one) says:

    Street Justice, what car do you drive?

  4. Street Justice says:

    04 Nissan Frontier with 185,000 miles.

  5. Street Justice says:

    How bout you?

  6. anon (the one) says:

    glad to hear it. i can rest easy now knowing that you and most on here will never be carjacked

  7. anon (the good one) says:

    Subaru, of course. Black ice this am, no problem

  8. Street Justice says:

    I blame the victim. He should have been driving a Prius. No way would they have stolen that thing.

  9. grim says:

    They should have killed the pompous asshole, who does he think he is driving a Porsche and living in Short Hills. Serves him right. #thuglife #redistributionisnotacrime

  10. grim says:

    9 – did I tweet that right?

  11. Of course, the perps were green martians and headed west with the car. :)

  12. grim says:

    When does the talk of building walls start?

    If I’m not mistaken, that is the next step in our brazilification.

  13. Street Justice says:

    Personally I think the guys that are doing the carjacking are just foot soldiers sent by organized crime. The fact that this porche was brand new and still had the temp plates on in makes me wonder if somebody at the dealership is in on it. An organized crime member could field an “order” from an overseas buyer, contact a luxury car dealer to check service/purchase records to see if that type of car is in the area. Steak out the guys house or even access gps data on the vehicle’s security system and dispatch the foot soldiers to get the car. Then it’s back to Newark to the nearest container ship to sell the vehicle overseas at twice the retail price.

  14. Comrade Nom Deplume, a.k.a Captain Justice says:

    From what I read and found online since the Short Hills killing, Carjacking is, and has been, a really big problem in that area. I suspect that a ready market for the vehicles, and access to a port where they can be immediately transshipped abroad, are factors.

    And with the Democrats in Trenton ever looking to strengthen the Muggers and Carjacker’s Workplace Safety Act, I don’t expect any improvement any time soon.

    Of course, on this side of the river, it exists but it isn’t any more a problem than home invasions or burglaries. Sometimes it becomes downright comical, like the time some perps trying to flee a home invasion got lost in a byzantine subdivision of Villanova, PA. Naturally, they got caught because they kept driving around the same neighborhood, sticking out like sore thumbs (and yes anon, that comment makes me a racist, I get that).

  15. Comrade Nom Deplume, a.k.a Captain Justice says:

    [13] street,

    Wow, that was random. I like your version better.

  16. Comrade Nom Deplume, a.k.a Captain Justice says:

    [12] grim,

    “Son, we live in a world that has walls, and those walls have to be guarded by men with guns. Who’s gonna do it?”

    Col. Nathan R. Jessup

  17. Comrade Nom Deplume, a.k.a Captain Justice says:

    [7] anon,

    “Subaru, of course.”

    Of course. Why did I not see that sanctimonious crap coming?

    FWIW, Acura MDX. Of course.

  18. JJ says:

    I think the JDL is behind it as they mainly hijack German Cars

  19. Pete says:

    “From what I read and found online since the Short Hills killing, Carjacking is, and has been, a really big problem in that area”

    You can even watch this movie based on it to further your research…

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0113967/

  20. Street Justice says:

    Nom nothing surprises me after they busted that ring of guys selling black market human organs in NJ. Frankly an auto theft ring sounds tame compared to that.

    It’s possible the Short Hills Mall carjacking/murder might be the begining of the end…if the Essex County law enforcement is worth anything, they’ll bring in the FBI…if they aren’t already involved, and get those guys to rat out their contacts.

    It wouldn’t surprise me either if one or more of them suddenly became “deceased” in a prison fight or whatever so they don’t ever get the chance to talk.

    I dunno, maybe I’ve been watching too many Sopranos re-runs.

  21. JJ says:

    Anyone check out their first paycheck of year today??

    Higher taxes higher health care, God America is great. Good to know illegals are enjoying the South Beach sun today on my dime!!

  22. nwnj says:

    anon’s partially evolved brain stem can’t grasp this, but you’re just as likely to get jacked in a Nissan, Acura, etc., or any late model. It’s only the Range Rovers and Porsches that make the news, or of course anything in Short Hills is under a microscope after the mall incident.

    But I think the story is a demographic one. As the middle class in the state is declining, and being replaced with poor both homegrown and imported, then crime will increase. Most of the crime stats seem to be doctored, so the increase will be most evident in the public incidents.

  23. Ragnar says:

    2014 Audi A6 3.0, black. But I live far enough from Short Hills to keep that riffraff away. And in most parking lots, there are usually glitzier cars to attract the attention of carjackers.

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  25. Comrade Nom Deplume, a.k.a Captain Justice says:

    [20] street,

    ” they’ll bring in the FBI”

    Is that the same FBI that wouldn’t acknowledge that the knockout game was a hate crime until a white teen hit a black man? That FBI?

  26. Street Justice says:

    Nom, cars have disappeared from parking lots and driveways in Essex county for years. Hell for decades. Carjacking is just the prefered method these days. The only reason the public even cares today is because of the Mall murder.

    Maybe something will be done…maybe not.

  27. Comrade Nom Deplume, a.k.a Captain Justice says:

    [19] Pete

    Apparently, the production was as dysfunctional as the setting.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Jersey_Drive

    [26] street,

    I’m gonna go with not

  28. Comrade Nom Deplume, a.k.a Captain Justice says:

    [26] street

    As I see it, the next incarnation of this game will be apps on your smart phone that allow you to disable the car as it is being driven away. The crooks will respond by jacking your phone as well as your car to make sure you can’t disable it. Then the owners will respond by carrying dummy phones to hand over. Crooks respond by capping you so that you can’t do anything, period.

    As grim pointed out, eventually it becomes Brazilification. Walls, armed guards, or both. I always wondered about the legal impediments a municipality might face if it started blocking off streets, or even changing traffic patterns so that the bad element cannot get through town as easily. I think I may research that a bit later, just out of curiosity.

    But for now, back to the salt mine.

  29. Anon E. Moose says:

    Hey, NJ is Top of the List! We’re No. 1! We’re No. 1!

    How [In]Solvent Is Your State?

    50. New Jersey
    49. Connecticut
    48. Illinois
    47.Massachusetts
    46. California
    45. New York
    44. Maryland
    43. Hawaii
    42. Pennsylvania
    41. West Virginia
    40. Kentucky

  30. anon (the good one) says:

    it has been clearly evidenced that the distribution moves upwards.

    1/3 social security (spare change to the rich)
    1/3 Medicare (socialized medicine for the old)
    1/3 the army (to protect us all)

    no illegals. as much as you wish to believe that your money goes to the poor, the fact is that it doesn’t

    JJ says:
    January 15, 2014 at 9:00 am
    Anyone check out their first paycheck of year today??

    Higher taxes higher health care, God America is great. Good to know illegals are enjoying the South Beach sun today on my dime!!

  31. JJ says:

    Partially why they dont target new Corvettes and Caddies. Cars are equipped with onstar. You can disable the car in a matter of seconds by calling onstar. The police have access to stopping car, locking doors, they can also listen in on your conversations and car has GPS. Basically if you do steal it and get away. You better run. Cause GPS will lead right to car and you want out of the vehicle before you are locked in.

    GM cars now has added attraction stuff like radio and key components short circuit if installed in another car outside dealer. Also the rims have locks on them. Every little thing the crook can overcome. But remember every second is a killer. Honestly, the thief would get one block from me before I had onstar kill engine lock doors, onstar calls 9-11 instantly on phone and police have GPS where car is instantly and are listening in. Theft insurance is surprisingly low on 50-75K GM high end cars.

    Even if you let onstar expire. They can reactivate it for like $20 bucks remotely

    Comrade Nom Deplume, a.k.a Captain Justice says:
    January 15, 2014 at 9:25 am

    [26] street

    As I see it, the next incarnation of this game will be apps on your smart phone that allow you to disable the car as it is being driven away. The crooks will respond by jacking your phone as well as your car to make sure you can’t disable it. Then the owners will respond by carrying dummy phones to hand over. Crooks respond by capping you so that you can’t do anything, period.

    As grim pointed out, eventually it becomes Brazilification. Walls, armed guards, or both. I always wondered about the legal impediments a municipality might face if it started blocking off streets, or even changing traffic patterns so that the bad element cannot get through town as easily. I think I may research that a bit later, just out of curiosity.

    But for now, back to the salt mine.

  32. grim says:

    The solution to carjacking is to eliminate the need to carjack.

    Why do cars need to be carjacked? Because they can’t be stolen. Without the key fobs and integrated coded transmitters, there is no way steal the car, short of dragging it up a flatbed, and even then, the car will never run.

    The most sophisticated of these have the fob or key coded to the ECU. The computer will not function without the proper codes. This is why keys are so expensive these days.

    Advanced auto-theft systems have made car theft almost impossible, and has been great for insurance companies, however, the criminal response is to steal the keys when they steal the car, hence, carjacking.

    Suppose the logical solution is to leave the keys on the dash. Insurance investigators might not be so keen on that though.

  33. 1987 Condo says:

    At any strip mall enough folks leave cars running while the “run” in to the store….that seems an easier way!

  34. Ben says:

    I always wondered about the legal impediments a municipality might face if it started blocking off streets, or even changing traffic patterns so that the bad element cannot get through town as easily. I think I may research that a bit later, just out of curiosity.

    Ask Ocean Grove. I think they’ve constructed their own Berlin Wall.

  35. Anon E. Moose says:

    NJ Trusts Christie

    Zero negative impact on approval numbers post-Bridgegate. How’s that Mother Jones piece sitting now, anon?

    Seriously, though, the left has only themselves to blame. They’ve defined political deviancy so far downward (yawning responses to IRS, NSA, Benghazi, ad nauseum) to save their own a$$es, yet they expect the incite the public to revolt over lane closures?

  36. grim says:

    34 – remember reading an article that talked about Maplewood or South Orange wanting to do something like that.

  37. JJ says:

    Back in the 1980s of crack heads and auto theft in my old Queens neighborhood folks would have a sign in their car window, no radio, nothing in car, door unlocked.

  38. Street Justice says:

    [37] JJ – Wow, see right there that proves that the US is ahead of the rest of the world when it comes to education. In other parts of the world, their drug addicted theives can’t read.

  39. xolepa says:

    (38) And once in a while in the 1980’s, those of us who didn’t like our cars would also leave the keys in them.

  40. chicagofinance says:

    Rags shop is one of the balls-on best……the issue is that they are a boutique and have a very narrow focus…..while anyone can pony up the funds for the retail product, you are playing in the deep end of the pool.

    Actually, Rags, when is your next function. I can’t promise some 19 yo jerkweed won’t total my car again, but I sincerely want to see your shop……

    Ragnar says:
    January 14, 2014 at 11:08 pm
    Anon, All my investment effort goes to our clients. I don’t even do PA trades, generally. I did mention that I sold all my silver on the day that turned out to be the all time high. Now I’m all in mutual funds. Global, EM, intl small caps, frontier. Hire Chifi and he can suggest which ones to buy. I don’t give free advice, people never appreciate or follow free advice anyway.

  41. chicagofinance says:

    JJ: On the Koch DVD is a full 30 minute version of this documentary…..it is so nostalgic…..put it side-by-side with footage of the pantless subway prank from this past weekend and you realize how badly NYC has been whitewashed of character and replaced by these poser douchebags masturbate!ng on their iSh!t……
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jjnylFoBtHA

    JJ says:
    January 15, 2014 at 10:48 am
    Back in the 1980s of crack heads and auto theft in my old Queens neighborhood folks would have a sign in their car window, no radio, nothing in car, door unlocked.

  42. chicagofinance says:

    CNBC Reports (JJ Edition):
    http://www.cnbc.com/id/101335599

    Best part……cracked me up….
    “Despite its reputation, p0rn hasn’t been a tech leader for some time, perhaps since the VHS days. The hasty decision to make content available online had a devastating financial impact on the industry. And efforts in 3-D and 4K filmmaking failed to take off with consumers. Similarly, adult novelties that attempted to use online components fell flat. “

  43. Walls around neighborhoods ain’t shit unless they are encrusted with broken glass.

  44. Libturd in the City says:

    “encrusted with broken glass.”

    You see that a lot in Central America. It keeps bums from sitting on your walls.

  45. Anon E. Moose says:

    Spine [44];

    I’d have thought chain-link rimmed with barbed wire would be better than a wall — you can’t fire from a defensive position at invaders climbing the outside of your wall.

  46. JJ says:

    http://www.policymic.com/articles/53453/7-incredible-images-of-new-york-city-subways-in-the-70s-and-80s

    http://theboweryboys.blogspot.com/2010/09/wild-era-of-subway-graffiti-1970-1989.html

    Chifi that stuff from NY Post this week called Graffiti is BS, that is just magic marker stuff.

    Back in the Bronx I lived right near elevator train on four line. I had a big fat marker and did a few things like these pictures. But really they are hit and run no artistic skills at all.

    First you have to have a tag. Can be jumping on someone elses name They you numbered it in small numbers in upper right which was nearest numbered cross street. Then we usually sketch then out hundreds of times in notebook pages till they looked just right.

    Finally I got some spray paint and on a small wall in the Walton HS I did a small Mural one, time stands still. Unlike a quick marker and run you are stuck. That one I did early Sunday morning.

    Then a few weeks later, I was collecting Cans from the train yard etc. Folks who do big murals often drop and run when conductor or transist cops are coming.

    I scoped out 196th and Jerome Ave on the corner. There is a big retaining wall as their is a hill and you can see from four train and busy intersection with Walton HS, Armory, PS 86 and Lehaman College and a big supermarket and the train entrance nearby.

    Rules are you cant tag over someones elses tag. This corner had jibber jabber, stuff covering stuff none is legible.

    So did that one early Saturday Morning. OMG I did an entire two or three cans of white spray paint blanking out a ten foot section at end of retaining wall on corner. Then I got out my Red Spray Paint for my tag. The tag was spirit 196. Does not sound like much but I did a gigantic S done Superman type style, it consisted of 11 lines then I did piri with two circles above i’s that almost looked like eyes then I finished with a large T in the shape of a Crucifx. with the 196 on right rise of the Crucifix.

    Mind you ten year old boys in Parochial School doodle all the time so I had this thing down to a science in my 81/2 by 11 pages.

    I even grabbed a milk crate from supermarket for the “bombing”

    The damm thing was ten feet long and six feet high. Cars start coming by honking horns I am not even done with the big S!!!! I was scared to death every minute more and more people driving by and the four train is coming by too.

    I finish that bad boy in like 15 minutes, then use rest of cans to touch it up and man I ran.

    Around 9 years later I went to archway bar when I was 19 in Bronx and you could still see most of it. By the time I lasted visited that area around 26 it was nearly all gone. I dont know how folks had balls to do entire multi car subway things. They are 8 hour jobs and hundreds of dollars in paint. My bombing was big enough when I was like 11 I was talking to a bunch of 14-16 year old “artists” and I mention I do some. They were all laughing so hard. I told them my location and name and they were like MAN you did that? That is an awfully big hit for a ten year old.

    Kids today have no fun. Last tagging I did a group of us got a skeleton key and we hit the train yards around midnight and was hitting trains from inside, huge black transit cop with conductor back in days when they had those old uniforms the big sideburns and nightsticks out came flying into car. All of use flew like crazy out of doors across third rails. scampering and got totally separated. The Bronx at 1 am in July is not too scary for a group of 10-13 eleven year old boys. Getting split up and making it back 20 blocks by your self between cops looking for you and other gangs and crooks very scary. My career ended at 11.

  47. Close down the blog, grim. That one can’t be topped.

  48. Comrade Nom Deplume, a.k.a Captain Justice says:

    Vintage JJ. Now if he had only lost his virginty with a Kennedy cousin ehile trying to get home, it would be perfect.

  49. Street Justice says:

    When you look back on that, then compare it to the stuff Banksy did in NYC, it really makes Banksy’s stuff look like amateur hour. Why did people pay money for his crap?

    http://www.cnn.com/2013/10/29/world/banksy-in-nyc-interactive/#index

  50. Juice Box says:

    Even Anon’s car can get stolen.

    http://lawrenceville.patch.com/groups/police-and-fire/p/car-stolen-from-lawrence-discovered-in-shipping-container-bound-for-liberia

    FYI it is big business to ship cars and all kinds of junk to Africa. Markups there are unreal several thousand percent on used clunkers. Don’t ask me how I know.

  51. Juice Box says:

    Doesn’t take too long for another car theft ring to pop up that was busted.

    Here is one from 2012, the current crop of car theft rings operating these days are probably the same MO just different actors. Lat month it was Range Rovers this month Porches, next month perhaps Audis?

    http://www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/2012/05/international_high-end_car_the.html

  52. Libturd in the City says:

    Praise the engine kill in my 95 civic hatch.

    Best $99 I ever spent. Had to replace busted out locks 3 separate times and currently, can’t open passenger side door (due to too many busted out locks).

  53. Painhrtz - Disobey! says:

    i may not be able to type right now but had to comment

    JJ you truly are the most intersting man in the world

    second clots close the blog, truly I am amazed.

  54. Anon E. Moose says:

    https://twitter.com/BuzzFeedAndrew/status/423262379183734784

    @BuzzFeedAndrew
    By the end of BridgeGate Barbara Buono will have had more MSNBC hits than votes received in the 2013 election.

    Hey, maybe there is something to this Twitter thing, anon!

  55. Barbara Buono should be ringing up sausage biscuits at a Wawa.

  56. Crystal says:

    says the guy ringing up booze to hipsters…

  57. joyce says:

    If anyone knows the area well, can you please give me your impression of Sea Bright?

    How does it compare to other shore towns farther south?
    In the summer, is it older folks / families / teens / 20-30something’s / Jersey Shore types / etc etc?

    I know it’s next to Rumson, and I’ve heard about multiple private beach clubs… so I’m not sure what that means for the rest of town like the municipal beaches

  58. I hear Crystal just got a job at Two Guys Plumbing.

  59. Bystander says:

    JJ,

    You should have joined the Turnbull ACs…your mistake.

    “The Bronx at 1 am in July is not too scary for a group of 10-13 eleven year old boys. Getting split up and making it back 20 blocks by your self between cops looking for you and other gangs and crooks very scary. My career ended”

  60. chicagofinance says:

    joyce says:
    January 15, 2014 at 3:11 pm
    If anyone knows the area well, can you please give me your impression of Sea Bright?
    How does it compare to other shore towns farther south?

    In the summer, is it older folks …. and then all the families / teens / 20-30something’s that are related to them…..they use the facilities and /or public beaches….. a bit of the Irish Riviera types….. I seriously have spent almost no time there since Sandy, so it may be a little different in the last 12 months…..the public areas were a bit blue-collar pre-Sandy, but definitely not Jersey shore.

    Much of the guido element is drawn to Pier Village in Long Branch now…..
    I know it’s next to Rumson, and I’ve heard about multiple private beach clubs… so I’m not sure what that means for the rest of town like the municipal beaches

  61. Libturd in the City says:

    Sea Bright is like Deal without the Jews and their mansions. Limited boardwalk, but quaint little town. It really got wrecked during Sandy (as you probably already know).

  62. Libturd in the City says:

    And selling booze to hipsters is a bad thing?

    I would think it would help stunt their population (if they drink enough).

  63. joyce says:

    Thank you both

  64. joyce says:

    Because the commercial/downtown is so small, my assumption was no Jersey Shore types, and probably not a mecca for younger-of-drinking-age people either.

  65. Don’t worry, stu. Most hipsters don’t have the energy to reproduce. If they do, they get some sort of pasty, numbskull spawn that turns into one of the characters on Girls.

  66. Best thing that could happen to most hipsters around here is a stiff right cross to the jaw and a week or two of hard work.

  67. Juice Box says:

    January 15, 2014 at 4:42 pm

    re # 58 – Joyce – The main nightlife attractions in Sea Bright were/are a couple bars Woody’s & Donovan’s Reef (which had a bar on the beach and live music). Woody’s used to be Ichabod’s back in the day and is a hangout for the younger crowd.

    Donovan’s Reef was wiped out during Sandy and is rebuilding. It was kind of a Surf Club lite but catered mostly to the Rock crowd and Cover band crowd. The bar on the beach may not be rebuilt.

    http://www.donovansreefseabright.com/

    If you live in my neck of the woods like Chi does you might want to do a beach club in Sea Bright area to socialize if that is your thing. There are a bunch of them allot to choose if it is your thing. I have friends who joined and it is useful if you are a stay at home mom with young kids and want to use the pool or beach and getting drunk during the middle of the day and like social events the clubs hold. Same as any golf club except it’s tennis beach pool etc and M*IL*Fs.

  68. joyce says:

    Thanks, Juice Box… Mad Hatter any good?

  69. JJ says:

    MMMMMMMMM MILFFFFFS

  70. Juiice Box says:

    Joyce never eaten there.

    If you are interested in the town the mayor tweets quite a bit about the rebuilding.

    https://twitter.com/seabrightmayor

  71. chicagofinance says:

    joyce: my wife seems to feel comfortable going to Avon and Spring Lake with the kids….I guess Bradley Beach is just a slight variation from Avon. The best little town adjacent to the beach is Ocean Grove, but it has the weird vibe and the beach itself is less pristine without the huge mounds of trucked in sand that you have in the other towns. Monmouth Beach is just south of Sea Bright, but it has no services really…it is just there for the beach and the clubs that are there…..

  72. NJCoast says:

    Joyce- Jersey Shore Beaches- Monmouth County
    Sandy Hook- depending on the beach anything from family to clothing optional.

    Sea Bright- Mostly private beach clubs ranging from Chapel Hill where you have to be a member of the DAR or Bruce Springsteen to join.

    Monmouth Beach- More beach clubs but a small free beach called little monmouth where the local kids hang out with no facilities

    Long Branch/west end- Lots of beach, lots of out of towners. Lots of restaurants and hotels. Boardwalk.

    Elberon- private beaches of beachfront homeowners. No facilities, you can go on their beaches if you can figure out how to get on them without trespassing. Some private beach clubs.

    Deal- Private homeowner beaches with public access at Darlington Ave and Deal Esplanade Ave where it is mostly surfers. Free beaches with no facilies. No swimming allowed without a floatation device. Police issue lots of tickets to swimmers. Phillips Ave is a public beach club with lockers, showers, bathrooms and snack bar. Deal Casino is a private beach club that used to require residency but no longer. Free parking.

    Allenhurst- Private beach club that sells daily beach badges. showers and bathrooms available to the public. Cabanas, pools, snack bars not available to the public. One of the only beaches on the shore where you can bring your own food, drink and booze. Small boardwalk with no commercial buildings.There is a wait list for club membership. Free parking.

    Loch Arbour- Municipal owned beach with public daily badges. Showers, bathrooms, snack bars. Family beach that gets packed on the weekends. Surfing beach. Free parking.

    Asbury Park- Public beach. Metered beach block parking. North end quiet family beach, mostly locals from surrounding towns. Middle beach just south of Convention Hall is the gay beach. South beach is for bennies. Restaurants, showers, bathrooms. Boardwalk mainly eateries.

    Ocean Grove- Daily beach badges. Boardwalk is still a mess.

    Bradley Beach- next to Belmar. Daily beach badges. Boardwalk with miniature golf, snack bars and more eateries across the street.

    Belmar- think the show Jersey Shore. Boardwalk with trailers for bathrooms, showers, snack bars. Bars and eateries across Ocean Ave. Daily beach badges. designated smoking areas, no BYO on the beach.

    Avon- family beach. showers, bathrooms, restaurants and snack bars. Boardwalk. Daily beach badges.

    Spring Lake- Daily Badges. No food or drink not even a bottle of water allowed on the beach. If you bring a cooler it has to be left on the boardwalk. Family beach.

    Seagirt- Family beach. Daily badges.

    Manasquan- Family beach, eateries, showers, bathrooms.

  73. ccb223 says:

    JJ that was the proverbial “drop the mic and get off the stage” post. Genius.

  74. joyce says:

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