An amorous woman was rushed to hospital after a gravestone rolled onto her leg while she was allegedly engaged in a sexual act. Police say the 39-year-old woman was with a male friend in Ahavath Israel Cemetery, Trenton when the visit to a relatives grave took an unexpected twist. Speaking to the irish observer, Captain James Stevens of Hamilton Township police said: 'There may have been some extracurricular activities.' The unnamed woman had her leg crushed by the dislodged tomb stone The woman was not seriously hurt in the accident on Tuesday at around 7 pm but was hospitalised. A graveyard administrator said she was waiting for a full police report before possibly pressing charges. Speaking to the irish observer, she said: 'The information will be more clear after we have the police report. 'We'll decide after that.' It was not clear how the tombstone was dislodged or if it was in fact that of the relative. Police said the woman would not face charges with Capt. Stevens adding: ' We received a 911 call for an emergency. It's not a crime.'