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Couple caught making love in public toilet – You won’t believe what the police did next! (+Photo)

According to Mirror UK, an employee of the bar where the incident happened reported the 23-year-old woman and a 30-year-old man to police after “loud noises” were heard coming from the ladies’ toilet. The duo were said to have gone into the loo for a quickie at precisely 8:30pm on Wednesday, January 28, 2015 but locked themselves up and prolonged the sex escapade.


Police officials arrived the scene and broke the toilet door at the Stanley Jefferson pub in Bishop Auckland, County Durham, United Kingdom.
A source who witnessed the incident disclosed that the man became violent after the exposure but the cops pepper-sprayed him and dragged him out.

Public toilet sex


“The bloke went crazy and started kicking off. He was shouting and swearing and throwing punches.

“He was pepper-sprayed as a result and dragged out in his birthday suit by a number of officers,” said the source.

On the other hand, the naked woman who was also violent refused to put on her clothes and was handled by a female police officer.

“Eventually she too kicked off and started being violent and aggressive so they used pepper spray to calm her down.

“The officer managed to force a pair of trousers on her but she refused to wear anything else and was escorted in cuffs with her top half on full display.

“Both of them were very drunk,” the source added.

People at the Wetherspoon pub watched in utter amusement as the couple were loaded into the back of a police van and conveyed to the police station.

One of the stunned onlookers said, “It was just incredible. The man and woman went in for a discreet quickie and ended up with the whole pub watching , not to mention listening. How embarrassing.”

Confirming the incident, a spokeswoman for Durham Police said, “A 30-year-old man and a 23-year-old woman, both of Bishop Auckland, were arrested at the Stanley Jefferson pubic house in Market Place, Bishop Auckland, last Wednesday in connection with a public order offence.

“They have both been bailed pending further enquiries.”



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